Webcasts

  • CDM: Meeting the Needs of the Evolving Network

    Cloud, mobility and related trends are changing how agencies provide employees with access to information and services. Slowly but surely, the traditional agency network is evolving into more of a shared environment. The question, now, is how do agencies secure that environment? In this webcast, Jim Quinn, the lead systems engineer for the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) program at the Department of Homeland Security, will discuss how CDM is evolving to help agencies strengthen their security posture and adapt to this new reality. 08/25/2016

  • CDM: Building a Foundation for Network Visibility

    The Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation program is not an end in itself, but a means to better security. In this webcast, Willie Crenshaw, the Service Executive for Governance, Risk Management, CDM and Threat Management programs at NASA, will discuss how NASA is integrating CDM with other security-related programs to get a more holistic view of what is happening on its networks. 08/23/2016

  • Hyperconvergence: Reducing Costs and Complexity in the Datacenter

    We know stakeholders, students, and citizens are all demanding more, putting even greater strain on an organization’s infrastructure and expertise. There’s no “one size fits all” solution to optimize data center efficiency. Can hyperconvergence help? 07/28/2016

  • Electronic Records Management: From Compliance
    to Transformation

    Given the looming deadlines for records management modernization, it’s understandable that agencies are focused on complying with NARA’s mandates and guidelines. But compliance is not the endgame. In this webcast, Laurence Brewer, the U.S. Chief Records Officer at the National Archives and Records Administration, will discuss how agencies can leverage their modernization effort to better support their operations and mission. 07/26/2016

  • IT Monitoring: Managing Performance in a Complex Enterprise

    The federal IT enterprise is getting more complex by the day. With cloud, virtualization, mobility, and other trends, agencies are finding it increasingly difficult to manage the performance of IT operations. In this webcast, Kevin Baker, Associate CIO for Enterprise Planning and Performance at the Federal Communications Commission, will discuss strategies for taking an enterprise approach to IT monitoring and its connection to larger organizational issues. 07/19/2016

Whitepapers

  • U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Revamps Operations with Nimble Storage

    Download this informative Digital Dialogue, capturing highlights from a recent webcast event to learn how the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) is saving money and working smarter after implementing flash storage and predictive analytics at its data centers and regional offices.

  • Army ITES: Recharging the Enterprise

    The manner in which the Army procures its technology to run the Army enterprise continues to evolve almost as rapidly as the technology itself. New and revised contract vehicles provide sensible, cost-effective means of equipping the Army with the latest technologies, including cybersecurity and mobile technology. As Army Chief of Staff General Mark Milley says, new and emerging technologies could “deeply change the character of war.”

  • Improving Data Quality and IT Portfolio Management for Federal Agencies

    Are you looking to improve data quality and IT Portfolio Management within your organization? Check out InQuisient’s white paper on improving data quality, and how their software is managing programs, projects and applications through a single system, creating order from chaos. InQuisient’s 100% web-based Platform is a proven solution, currently implemented across the Federal Government.

  • Human Outcome Analytics

    It is becoming increasingly difficult for caseworkers and care providers to ensure healthy and productive lifestyles for individuals and families. The combination of assessing individual risk and aligning programming helps promote satisfying, productive family environments; adjust or reinforce positive individual behavior; aid in overcoming trauma and reduce or avoid risk. As a result, there is a pressing need for solutions to assess specifically what services are required at a given time for an individual or family. But by using predictive analytics technology, combining best practices in risk assessment with best-in-class analytic tools to better assess risk and determine near real-time outcome pathways, Human Outcome Analytics help practitioners provide the quality care families and individuals need.

  • Operational Intelligence is a Game-Changer

    Too often agencies are managing the performance and security of their systems based on the limited set of data targeted by system and network monitoring tools. Here’s how agencies can translate that data into true operational intelligence that can transform the performance and security of the enterprise.