Data is not only transforming our world but also how data relates to the democratic process. Despite the trend, much of our government data goes unused and under-analyzed. As a response to this challenge, the Federal Data Strategy looks to transform the way in which agencies deliver on their missions, serve the public, and steward resources. Are you setting your agency up for analytics success?
Carahsoft, Tableau Software
Join this webcast to hear how a federal IT leader encountered and overcame these challenges, making it possible for the agency to pivot and thrive in the cloud. Industry experts from Nutanix, a cloud computing software company, will discuss how a cloud-ready platform can provide a seamless transformation to a hybrid cloud solution.
In this podcast, Bob Silkowitz, director of public sector sales at Vertiv, will discuss the data challenge; edge computing’s ability to deliver solutions unavailable to legacy systems; and important steps federal agencies can take to better manage and extract value from their data.
With the evolution of data science, defense organizations can now take full advantage of advanced analytics to optimize readiness mission planning. Breakthroughs in data science have made advanced analytics more technologically feasible, cost effective, and practical to adopt. In order to fully operationalize data science for readiness planning, organizations must consider more than just the technology alone. Incorporating the nature of the individual defense organization and its unique readiness requirements into the data science capability is essential for mission success.
FireEye and AWS hosted a Cloud Security Breakfast Briefing summer of 2019. During this briefing Stephen Alexander, AWS National Security Senior Solutions Architect and FireEye's Martin Holste, Cloud Security CTO, and Tim Appleby, Director of Federal Programs, addressed how organizations can achieve the security needed to protect user credentials, proactively identify vulnerabilities and centralize security monitoring.
Technological advances, demographics, consumers, and talent markets are shaping the future of work, creating threats and opportunities. Learn how government employees and machines can work together to optimize our collective impact.
Many factors are in play that affect the federal workforce—emerging technology and automation, changing customer demands, and evolving agency priorities. One of the PMA goals is to strategically and actively manage the workforce so that critical skill sets will be available in the future.
Online threats are escalating. Firewalls and antivirus software help, but they can’t guarantee the security of critical data. The only sure defense is an air gap that completely isolates sensitive information from the global internet. Belkin Secure KVM switches insert an impenetrable buffer between your secure system and your internet-connected computers – while still allowing both systems to share a keyboard, monitor and mouse.
Cybersecurity threats are real. And they’re everywhere. Belkin guards against those threats by keeping sensitive information on secure isolated networks. A secure KVM switch helps protect networks where they’re most vulnerable – at the desktop. But what happens when new technology threatens to undermine stability? By eliminating complexity, the Belkin Universal Secure KVM switch protects security, performance and budgets.
The IT function of federal government agencies is in transition. Agencies are shrinking their hardware and becoming more efficient. They’re moving from siloed, inefficient, legacy systems to IT networks with architectures that promise greater flexibility, easier scalability and more usability. Agencies are streamlining functionality by consolidating data centers and moving toward integrated and converged systems. Making the transition requires making difficult choices.
Connection, Dell EMC
Every agency wants the holy grail promised by cloud technology - simplicity, agility, security and consistency, while avoiding potential nightmares associated with lack of skills, recoding applications, data issues and security. Join this webcast to hear interviews with technology leaders from IBM as they share the 3 gotcha moments they learned from and could challenge your own journey.
When government agencies want to move legacy IT services into the cloud today, the landscape has completely changed. Security has historically been seen as the biggest barrier to cloud adoption, but those concerns have now been removed. With the introduction of the Federal Risk Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP), vendor evaluation has become much easier.