Federal agencies face rising threats as more millennials enter the workforce. Almost two-thirds also use their personal devices for their work. More than 60% of millennials won’t take a job without unrestricted access to their social media platforms and more than 40% use the same password for multiple devices and apps. Is your organization ready to handle their relaxed security and technology practices?
Sponsored By Forcepoint
The world is transforming, blending the physical and digital into an age of convergence. Is your agency prepared for the resulting security challenges? Drawing upon the deep resources of both Forcepoint Security Labs™ and Raytheon, the 2017 Forcepoint Security Predictions report investigates this new shift that blurs the lines between man and technology.
VMware NSX delivers a completely new operational model for networking that forms the foundation of the Software-Defined Data Center. Because NSX builds networks in software, data center operators can achieve levels of agility, security, and economics that were previously unreachable with physical networks.
Sponsored By Govplace, VMware
The newest generation of citizen services is running in the cloud. On paper, that makes perfect sense. The cloud provides a flexible, scalable platform for extending services to wherever citizens might be. In practice, however, it's inviting trouble. Too often, organizations move services to the cloud without the ability to monitor application and website performance. The more successful a service is, the more likely it is that transactions will drop and outages occur—with the agency having no idea why. This whitepaper analyzes the perfect use case: The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), which runs some of the most high-profile public websites, including Healthcare.gov.
Sponsored By New Relic
Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM), provides continuous monitoring tools and services to agencies via a governmentwide contract. CDM helps agencies identify their cyber risks on an ongoing basis, prioritize those risks and mitigate them, which is particularly valuable as cyber threats grow to become more sophisticated and complex. Download this digital dialogue to learn highlights from our recent webcast, including how NASA relies on CDM tools to provide greater visibility into cyber vulnerabilities.
Sponsored By Gigamon
Federal agencies are acquiring more technology and different types of technology than ever before. IT Portfolio Management rapidly becomes an issue when managing new IT projects, and integrating them with existing systems. Are you looking to improve IT Portfolio Management within your organization? Download this whitepaper for strategies to get a better handle on IT projects, including how tools like InQuisient's IQ Portfolio Insight can help you monitor and manage data across federated organizations and systems, allowing you to deliver trusted, up-to-date information for your decision-makers. Thousands of users across federal agencies, including the Department of Defense and the Intelligence Community, already use InQuisient to manage billions of dollars in single instances.
Sponsored By InQuisient
The Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act (FITARA), passed by Congress in December 2014, represents the first major overhaul of how federal agencies buy their technology in almost 20 years. In 2015, the FITARA committee worked with the Government Accountability Office to develop a scorecard to help assess agencies' FITARA implementation efforts. Do you need to improve your agency's FITARA Scorecard? This whitepaper explains how you can take steps to do just that, including applying solutions like InQuisient's FITARA A Plus. This tool will track and analyze agency data and automatically generate required FITARA reports in the mandated format.
Today, there are more connected devices than ever before. Everything from refrigerators and smoke detectors to health bands and lighting are part of a vast interconnected network — with more devices on the way. While these devices bring exciting new capabilities, they also represent new network access points — and a huge threat to the network and everything on it. In this whitepaper, we explore the importance of a comprehensive security strategy, including tips to combat attacks as the threat landscape continues to change.
Sponsored By Cisco
Many federal agencies claim they don't have a BYOD program. However, after analyzing 20 federal agencies, Lookout discovered 14,622 Lookout-enabled devices associated with government networks. Download this research report to get more data on the state of federal BYOD, including your employees’ personal devices usage at work, who's breaking the rules, mobile malware encounters and more.
Sponsored By Lookout
Wherever your organization falls on the spectrum of mobility adoption, the global trend is moving towards BYOD to benefit from enhanced worker productivity, increased revenues, and reduced device and data expenses. However, this increase in mobile devices brings important security implications. Download to get your top mobile security questions answered, including top threats, critical gaps, and why enterprises need visibility into mobile today.
Working in government IT isn’t easy. Constantly shifting trends, technologies, priorities and challenges often leave decision-makers feeling like they are on unstable ground. Fortunately, some steps can be taken to prepare for and harness this new normal of IT disruption. Here are the five forces of chaos to look out for and how to harness them.
Sponsored By DLT, ScienceLogic
Shared services - a model that enables resources to be leveraged across an entire organization or multiple organizations based on agreed upon customer-service levels - is increasingly popular in the public sector. However, to take full advantage of a shared services agreement, the provider and consumer need to find some middle ground to ensure both of their needs are being met.
The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) is facing a daunting mission with a tight deadline – the migration of all desktop users to Windows 10 by January 2017. In this digital dialogue, IT experts offer their advice for helping DoD IT teams to make progress on the upcoming deadline. Including how to minimize the complexity of the transition and to future proof desktop migrations overall.
Sponsored By Carahsoft, Nutanix, Liquidware Labs
This e-book addresses common misconceptions about enterprise flash storage, providing clarity for anyone using or considering flash in enterprise environments. Learn about old myths laid to rest and the reality of how enterprises can make full use of their flash storage investment.
Sponsored By NetApp
Last year, Microsoft Corp. introduced Windows 10—the latest version of its Windows operating system. This new version of its flagship OS offers many features that government agencies should find attractive; especially those looking to increase security and improve mobile device support. Download this IT Mandate to discover the top seven tips for planning a smooth migration to Windows 10.
Sponsored By Iron Bow Technologies, Dell
The Army's ITES-Enterprise Hardware Solutions contract began life humbly enough in 2003. It was originally a component of an $800 million contract vehicle to support the Army Infostructure Transformation program. The ITES contract is now in its third iteration - sprawling $5 billion contract that is the principal resource for the Army's IT system needs. Download this contract profile to learn how the Army ITES-3H contract continues to evolve to keep pace with technological trends.
Sponsored By CDW-G, Dell, Nutanix
While technology has always been an important aspect of the healthcare industry, recent advances are helping move the state of healthcare forward. Managing the massive volumes of digital healthcare data and deriving the greatest value from the data for improved patient care is the primary goal. Ensuring patient security is also critical. Standardizing healthcare records formats can help ensure improved collaboration, security and efficiency. Download this guide to see how modern advances are working together to improve the overall quality and effectiveness of healthcare.
Sponsored By Merlin, NetApp, ThunderCat Technology, VMware
Government agencies rely on mobile devices more than ever before. And it’s not just field operatives or inspectors. Agency staffers at all levels are being issued mobile devices. The challenge now for agencies is to ensure productivity and access to the tools they need to do their jobs; while at the same time ensuring those devices are truly secure. Security threats facing mobile devices continue to evolve, and so too must the security solutions and policies that protect those devices.
Sponsored By Samsung
With network complexity at an all-time high, gaining visibility across the network is harder than ever to achieve. Using sophisticated behavioral analytics, the Cisco StealthWatch System transforms data from existing infrastructure into actionable intelligence to deliver comprehensive visibility and protection for even the largest, most dynamic networks.
Government agencies at the federal, state and local levels are always looking for ways to improve the manner in which they carry out various programs. This is both to ensure better outcomes and get the most out of the limited financial and staff resources they have to assign to projects. When it comes to building and construction jobs, nothing seems more promising than Building Information Modeling (BIM). Download this report to get access to findings from a recent survey polling more than 100 government and contractor sources about their organizations’ current use of BIM.
Sponsored By DLT, Autodesk
NASA’s Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement (SEWP) contract vehicle has grown in size and currently operates with 145 contract holders, 119 of which are small businesses. Over the years, SEWP has gone from just one of a number of government-wide acquisition contracts (GWACs) to the top of the pile. It’s widely considered as one of best run IT-based contracts and has become a go-to resource for government agencies. Download this special report containing expert viewpoints from SEWP Program Manager, Joanne Woytek and experienced contract holders, as we take a deeper dive into SEWP V.
Sponsored By CDW-G, Lenovo, HP, Dell
Do agencies really "get" digital government? Do they understand its promise and potential, and do they see it as vital to their future? A recent survey, commissioned by Unisys, explored the perceived and real benefits that agencies are realizing in their efforts to transform through digital technologies. Download this informative Executive Summary to learn more about where federal, state and local agencies are on the path to transformation and where they see that path taking them in the future.
Sponsored By Unisys
The use mobile of devices throughout government agencies continues to increase. The security threats specifically targeting those devices and the challenges agencies face securing and managing those devices continue to multiply as well. It’s a combination of security solutions and policies to arrive at the delicate balance of ensuring access and ensuring security.
In recent years, the federal government has been building its case for strategic sourcing as a way to buy products and services more cost-effectively and efficiently. The Federal Aviation Administration just might be exhibit number one. Download this contract profile to learn how the FAA’s ten-year old program meets mission needs while delivering on cost and quality.
Sponsored By CDW-G, Dell, RSA
DoD depots are vital to national defense, but aging systems and growing budget pressures stress the capabilities of these highly dynamic environments. To be most effective, depots need to optimize and evolve, transforming into digital depots.
Sponsored By Carahsoft, Autodesk
Most agencies are well on their way toward meeting the 2016 NARA mandate to electronically manage e-mail records. Now they’re looking toward 2019—the deadline for electronically managing all records. Download this resource to get the play-by-play on what to expect from the 2019 mandate and how your agency can strategize to successfully make the transition to electronic records management.
Sponsored By Alfresco, Armedia
Move beyond tactical mobile apps to a more strategic approach to development, deployment, and management of those apps. Reduce the complexity of developing and managing multiple apps—across varied device platforms—and connecting to many data points and back-end systems. This e-book will help structure and quantify a business case for a mobile app platform approach to mobility.
Sponsored By DLT, Red Hat
You are looking at flash storage because you see it is taking the storage world by storm. You are interested in accelerating business-critical applications, consolidating a virtual server or desktop deployment, trying to get ahead of your company’s data onslaught, or some combination of the above. This easy-to-read guide was developed to help arm you with key considerations and questions to ask before investing in a flash storage array for your business, today and for the future.
Sponsored By GovConnection, HPE
In the US, the story is already complex, and increasingly so. And the more regulations shift, the tougher it is for government organizations to keep up. In government organizations “nearly 60% say their mobile data protection policies are driven by both internal prioritization and federal and state requirements. However, technical controls to support policies are not always in place. For example, just 27% can prevent data from leaving secured devices.”
Sponsored By BlackBerry
The suite of contracts for IT products, infrastructure solutions and application services is mandatory for the Air Force. But it can be a valuable option for other agencies as well. Download this report to learn more details on how this massive acquisition vehicle can benefit your agency.
Sponsored By Sterling Computers
This mandatory use contract for the Air Force brings qualified vendors to the forefront, ensuring access to the best technologies at competitive pricing. Download this contract profile to learn how to make the most out of this contract’s product focus.
Sponsored By CDW-G, Cisco, Palo Alto Networks
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.”
Sponsored By Iron Bow Technologies, Cisco, Dell, EMC, HPE, HP, NetApp, Samsung
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.
Sponsored By Iron Bow Technologies, EMC, Splunk
The relatively new NETCENTS-2 contract vehicle is a true evolution of earlier iterations. It is intended to provide faster, more flexible and more comprehensive access to a variety of technology categories. The contract aims to provide agencies with network-centric IT, networking, security, voice, video and data communications solutions and services not available through other mandatory-use DoD or Air Force contract formats.
Sponsored By CDW-G, F5 Networks, NetApp
With Building Information Models (BIM), stakeholders are empowered to make smarter decisions on maintenance repair and operations (MRO) projects. See how Autodesk is helping public sector agencies, such as Warrior Canine Connection, with MRO and BIM.
Sponsored By Autodesk, Carahsoft
IT managers are turning to state-of-the-art solutions such as cloud computing and virtualization to help with their consolidation and modernization efforts. As a result, agencies are operating more smoothly and at lower costs. Download this digital dialogue to read more on highlights from a recent webcast series on virtualization.
Sponsored By Nutanix, Dell
Learn how outcomes can improve when Federal, State and Local organizations work together to create a more complete view of the citizen. See how integration of systems and data have changed outcomes for citizens with specific examples in San Diego, Camden and Clark County. Learn More
Sponsored By IBM
Despite a deadline of December 31st, about one third of federal agency leaders are still unsure how they will achieve compliance with NARA requirements. However, satisfying requirements are just one of the many reasons agencies should change and improve their processes. Download this report to read more on the latest strategies for effectively managing agency records and information.
Sponsored By Alfresco
Data analytics has become a first-line defense for federal agencies. Whether it’s identifying fraud and abuse, stopping hackers in their tracks, or enhancing disaster response, using data analytics to better understand what’s happening in the world is a critical function these days. Download this report to read more on how data analytics are essential to effective cybersecurity, including how to find the right solution for your organization.
Sponsored By ClearShark, Splunk, NetApp
The network is the lifeblood of federal agencies’ many missions today. The readiness of people and organizations to do the work required by the mission depends more and more on leveraging a reliable, resilient and secure network to access and share information. Download this exclusive report to learn how agencies are inserting innovation into network planning to meet growing demands.
Sponsored By CenturyLink and Ciena
For more than 20 years, federal agencies have been taking advantage of one of the most far-ranging, service-oriented, cost-effective procurement vehicles available. Download this report to learn more on how SEWP V is setting an even higher standard.
Sponsored By CDW-G, Lenovo, Samsung
Across all levels of state and federal government, agencies are embracing the shift to digital services. Many of the moving pieces continue to evolve and work together such as: the steady move to the cloud, the increase in mobile device usage, and the cultural shifts. Download this research report to access further findings from a recent survey covering the strategies for digital government.
Sponsored By Acquia
Agencies spend as much as 80 percent of their time chasing problems associated with legacy infrastructure. Download this article to get more insight into how software driven infrastructure can help relieve agencies from managing legacy systems.
Sponsored By Nutanix
This white paper describes the ability of IBM BigFix to respond to unintentional errors and malicious cyber attacks, mitigating threats rapidly with visibility and control that arm IT operations with near zero-day protection across platforms and distributed endpoints.
As big data environments ingest more data, organizations will face significant risks and threats to the repositories containing this data. Failure to balance data security and quality reduces confidence in decision making. Read this e-Book for tips on securing big data environments
Moving your company's security intelligence monitoring and management to the cloud can provide access to market leading capabilities and reduce capital expense. This paper outlines the advantages of the IBM security intelligence solution, delivered from the cloud, and monitored by service professionals.
Risk framing is an essential aspect of formulating a security strategy. It establishes the boundary and scope of the environment in which risk-based decisions are made. Download this digital dialogue to gain insights from NASA on the best practices for creating a strong information security strategy for your organization.
Sponsored By Riverbed Technology, Inc.
Hyperconvergence is the next step in the evolution of datacenter technology. It packages infrastructure elements—storage, compute and network—into an appliance. As Chris Howard, Nutanix vice president of federal sales, and Jeff Hogarth, Dell’s federal sales director, explain, the result is simplified administration, reduced ROI and faster response to agency demands.
In order for companies to succeed in the digital market, they must learn to overcome the disruptions of Accelerated digitization, Radical technology changes, and Knowledge can replace speculation. Failure to stay ahead of these disruptions can leave organization stranded and alone while their competitors speed ahead to success. Download this article to learn more!
BYOD has made mobile security a much bigger challenge for enterprises. See what Forrester Consulting's national survey revealed.