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!
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BYOD has made mobile security a much bigger challenge for enterprises. See what Forrester Consulting's national survey revealed.
Sponsored By Lookout
Get exclusive analysis of iOS and Android threats and risks encountered by Federal employees and agencies, including trojans, surveillanceware, and root enablers.
Many companies have incorporated DDoS mitigation as part of their disaster recovery plan. However, disaster implies that something unexpected or accidental threatens business continuity. DDoS attacks are deliberate, targeted events occurring on a daily basis. As such, a preparedness plan is essential. Download this whitepaper article now to learn how it is possible to respond quickly and calmly to any attack and minimize any potential operational and financial damage.
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Many government agencies are moving their data and applications to cloud servers, but many do not realize the planning and work that needs to be done before the migration actually begins. Download this article to learn more!
Sponsored By Cisco, DLT, Oracle and Akamai
Government agencies are working on making the information they collect more open and useful. They're doing so by better managing their data and supporting more accessible and easier search data formats. Although data management is a complex process, the right strategy can make all the difference. Download this article to learn what industry experts had to say at the December 2, 2015 event: Extending the Benefits of Big Data.
Sponsored By GW Business
Hybrid cloud enables governments to combine operations from many departments and agencies and to knit together their data centers with private and public clouds. Learn the reasons for a hybrid approach to cloud, including massive data integration, security and governance.
Flash Storage for Dummies, NetApp 2nd Special Edition, describes the many uses and benefits of flash storage technology in the enterprise. From flash-accelerated storage to all-flash arrays, flash technology improves performance and increases reliability in storage infrastructures.
Sponsored By NetApp
Improving data backup and recovery is a critical priority for IT groups in organizations of all sizes. Learn how cloud-integrated storage can help you streamline data protection by reducing time, cost and data volumes.
The General Services Administration (GSA) and Department of Homeland Security (DHS) are among the agencies embracing cloud computing to extend their enterprise and help foster innovative approaches to developing new IT services. In this digital dialogue, you will find more on the lessons learned, and benefits of cloud computing, including how to best incorporate this solution into your organization.
Sponsored By QTS, VMware, Carahsoft
Federal agencies have made progress over the past decade in preparing their systems and networks to keep pace with technological advances, but there is always more to be done. Agencies are under pressure to keep their networks accessible to employees and more secure than ever before. Download this article to look at some of the technological trends that will be affecting government agencies.
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IT managers are discovering that keeping a handle on all of the elements that go into the enterprise results in duplicate technologies and wasteful inefficiencies, both in terms of money and man hours. Download this digital dialogue to learn how agencies are working to transform their enterprise architecture through standardization and automation to drive efficiencies and reduce costs.
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The cyber security landscape has become a vast and complex terrain that requires more than a simple check list to maintain. Managing cyber risk is best tackled via an integrated, balanced approach that requires a mix of business acumen and technology. Download this article to learn how at the end of the day you can walk away more confident in your operations so that you can get your job done.
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IT resources—equipment, software, real estate and man hours—continue to sprawl in an attempt to keep pace with demand. For federal agencies, this never-ending data center creep has crowded innovative development out of budgets. Download this report to learn how virtualizing servers, applications and the network can help agencies reduce equipment and management costs while simplifying the data center.
The lessons of recent cybersecurity history are clear: compliance-driven and reactive information security efforts will never mitigate all risk. Learn what Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) Phase 2 means to you and how to choose the right solutions for success.
Sponsored By Dell
Securing your infrastructure, your customer interactions and protecting your data are critical to preserving your reputation and your bottom line. Organizations must evolve, replacing traditional defensive security strategies with a proactive, intelligence-driven offense to prevent and disrupt these threats. The IBM® i2® Enterprise Insight Analysis solution is a next-generation intelligence solution designed to turn overwhelming and disparate data sets into comprehensive intelligence, in near real time.
Special Operations Forces (SOF) from friendly countries use joint training exercises, such as Operation Nighthawk, to improve their own capabilities and to ensure that they can work together to counter cross-border and multi-national threats. Operation Nighthawk was a 2014 multinational SOF training exercise, bringing together 1,600 personnel from military and police forces from more than 10 countries. The goal was to simulate a fast-paced deployment of SOF units to an active hotspot, and train both field operatives and support staff to plan and conduct special operations.
Despite the progress many federal agencies have made toward increasing efficiency, lowering costs and improving agility in their data centers, there is still more work to be done. According to a recently conducted survey of federal IT decision-makers, virtualization is just the first step toward achieving these goals. Download this brief to discover more survey findings.
Sponsored By Iron Bow Technologies, HPE
What good is collecting terabytes of data if the agencies collecting it are unable to utilize it. The goal is not only for agencies to backup data but also to have it ready to make decisions. Download this executive summary to start solving the diverse challenges of backup and recovery and find out how you can move faster and take bigger risks trusting that your information is safe!
Sponsored By DLT and Veritas
DHS has wisely taken a crawl, walk, then run approach to rolling out its Continuous Monitoring and Mitigation (CDM) program. Download this guest column to learn more on how this three-phase strategy provides incremental, tangible real-world progress toward a safer and more secure government enterprise.
Sponsored By Quantum Secure part of HID Global
While laptops and notebook computers have been part of the mobile infrastructure for some time now, the challenges of managing and securing these mobile computing platforms remains as much a priority as ever. Download this GameChanger to gain more knowledge on how mobility can help take your organization to the next level while still keeping your devices secure.
Sponsored By CDW-G, Intel
It’s critical for an organization to maintain its educational and training materials however, that can be an arduous process for HR professionals, often requiring a staggering amount of manual work. Luckily, selecting the right technology can help streamline this process. Download this digital dialogue to learn how a trade association revolutionized its business using a digital content management system.
Agencies’ current IT environments make it expensive, inefficient and increasingly difficult to keep pace with user demands. Solving the problem starts with the datacenters. Download this digital dialogue to learn more on how agencies are centralizing their IT services and migrating workloads to a software-defined, service based model.
Sponsored By VMware
With budgets pressures increasing, agencies are looking for anything that can help them maintain mission capabilities. As virtualization technologies continue to prove their worth in providing cost savings, boosting performance and operating efficiencies, they are increasingly showing themselves to be an essential technology to help agencies meet their IT goals. Download this special report to learn more on the growth of virtualization, containers, and software-defined platforms.
Sponsored By CDW-G, Microsoft
Security solutions can help government agencies drive economic vitality for their regions with security intelligence. What is not as widely considered is the fact that cyber and physical security breaches can have a negative effect on economic vitality. Read this paper to gain a better of understanding of the connection between economic vitality and security.
More than most private enterprise, government agencies rely on workers with the right skills to help them conduct business and provide services to the American public. Given their different missions, the skill sets agencies require are diverse and in many cases highly specific. Meeting the demand for those skills is a critical and strategic necessity. Download this informative eBook to gain insights on how the right technology can help your organization streamline HR efforts.
Download this informative event summary of the recent Face to Face Event titled "CDM: Next Steps Toward Better Security" to help you determine the best cyber security options for your agency.
Sponsored By Carahsoft
Learn how to easily accelerate data center consolidation projects by up to 50% while eliminating up to 90% of data center migration testing cost and effort. Transform the economics and risk profile of Federal modernization projects.
Sponsored By Delphix
To achieve better integration & agility, federal agencies are under mandate to migrate to cloud services like AWS. Cloud migrations however, are complex, disruptive, and time consuming projects that face security and compliance-related challenges.
The federal government continues to ask more of its IT resources. All of these mandates and requirements mean existing infrastructure needs an overhaul. Many have taken steps by implementing a converged infrastructure, but the next step is moving toward a hyperconverged infrastructure, which combines the best of convergence and the software-defined data center. Download this gamechanger to learn more about the many benefits of hyperconvergence including efficient VDI deployment and an easy path to the cloud.
Government agencies are becoming increasingly dependent on using analytics to detect fraud, enhance cyber security and improve business operations. As these government agencies gather more and more data, their existing infrastructures can't keep up with demands. Download this article find out this problem can be addressed.
Sponsored By Government Acquisitions
Performance and user experience concerns have prevented certain enterprise applications from being virtualized. The high performance and low latency of flash can enable these applications to be virtualized. In order to maximize your return on flash investment however the total number of Virtual Machines per physical server must increase dramatically.
Sponsored By Tegile
Every year, more federal employees use mobile devices to collaborate with coworkers, engage with citizens, collect and transmit data, and remain productive while out of the office. According to Mobile Work Exchange, 90 percent of government employees use mobile devices today, and that number is expected to rise even further over time. With the increased use of mobile devices, agencies need to increase their security measures. Download this article find out how your agency can maintain high mobility while maintaining a high level of security.
Symantec has established the most comprehensive source of Internet threat data in the world through the Symantec™ Global Intelligence Network, which is made up of more than 57.6 million attack sensors and records thousands of events per second. This network monitors threat activity in over 157 countries and territories through a combination of Symantec products and services such as Symantec DeepSight™ Intelligence, Symantec™ Managed Security Services, Norton™ consumer products, and other third-party data sources.
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Cloud services represent a new relationship between enterprises and service providers that may save the enterprise money, reduce contract terms and provide the agility to get new services and resources up and running instantly. Download this article to find out more about factors to consider when selecting a cloud service.
Sponsored By AT&T
This report examines the current state of security threats to iOS and Android devices in the federal workplace. Download this insightful report to learn more on threats such as malware on Android, side loaded applications on iOS, rooting on Android, jail breaking on iOS and OS vulnerabilities on both iOS and Android.
The modern government agency has recognized the need to embrace mobile devices in the workplace. Whether you’ve already adopted a mobility program or are just starting to consider it, this whitepaper discusses the five critical questions modern CISOs are asking about mobile security.
Lookout conducted a survey of 1,002 U.S. federal government employees and learned that many federal agencies have a "shadow BYOD" program despite agency policies against BYOD. Read this report to learn more about what federal government employees are actually doing on their mobile devices and how your agency may be at risk.
The Federal Government is a prime target for cyber-attacks. The valuable information it stores and dependence our citizens place on their services gives it a unique level of vulnerability. This digital dialogue covers the key points of the 3 part webcast covering cybersecurity and protecting sensitive information from hackers and cyber attacks. Download this now to find out how you can better protect your system.
Sponsored By DLT, ForeScout, Symantec
Traditional backup and recovery solutions can be slow, expensive and risky. As storage grows, organizations struggle to find a strategy that meets their needs. Download this whitepaper to learn about a storage solution that can boost recovery, cut costs and increase security.
Sponsored By NetApp, Arrow
The Network-Centric Solutions-2 (NETCENTS-2) contracts provide the Air Force with a primary source of netcentric and IT products, services, and solutions. Use of the NETCENTS-2 contracts (except ITPS) is mandatory for Air Force organizations as the contracts are awarded. NETCENTS-2 is a follow to the successful NETCENTS-1 program, on which ordering stopped at the end of fiscal 2013. With a total contract ceiling of more than $24 billion, the seven-year contract is more than twice the size of NETCENTS-1 and carries more than 12 times the number of vendors. Download this guide to learn more about the improvements and changes of NETCENTS-2.
Sponsored By PCMG, CDW-G, Smartronix
It’s been said that throughout history, the only constant is change—and nowhere is that more true than within the government. Demands change on a daily basis, and only the most well connected agencies will be able to keep up.
Sponsored By Lenovo and Microsoft
Modern technology has been helping all kinds of businesses and organizations become more connected to their employees, stakeholders, and data for years—and government agencies are no exception.
With promises of higher productivity, greater data utilization, and a stronger IT infrastructure, it’s no surprise that so many government agencies are adopting the connected government model.
For the first time, infrastructure decisions can be made entirely based on the performance, economics, scalability and resiliency requirements of the application, while allowing workloads to move seamlessly without penalty. Download this brief to learn the three main components of Nutanix Acropolis, including how it differs from traditional approaches to virtualization.
See why federal and defense organizations are adopting Nutanix hyperconverged infrastructure to reduce costs, improve security and to leverage a practical and effective solution to managing heterogeneous infrastructure elements. Get started today!
To modernize their IT services, federal CIOs are moving away from email and spreadsheets to manage their business. They are consolidating disparate and legacy systems onto a common platform, automating manual tasks and standardizing work processes. Download this whitepaper to read more on how to find the right IT service delivery solution for your organization.
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Working with FedRAMP-certified vendors, agencies can leverage pre-approved expertise, facilities and resources to get the most benefit from the cloud. Download this whitepaper to learn more insights on cloud computing, including how to overcome obstacles to compliance.
Sponsored By Carpathia, A QTS Company, VMware, Carahsoft
It’s no coincidence that so many healthcare organizations are turning to the cloud to host their applications, processes and workloads. Download this whitepaper to learn how the cloud model can help your organization increase patient and provider access, improve agility, cut costs, and more!
Sponsored By CDW-G, Cisco, Nutanix
As the volume of data explodes, and looks set to continue to grow for a long time to come, finding solutions for how to manage and store that data has become a major headache for organizations. Download this whitepaper to learn how simply adding capacity is no longer an answer and the turn to cloud computing and the use of more dynamic applications is clearly outstripping the capabilities of current storage arrays.