For the Defense Department and other federal agencies, the ability to prepare for and recover from energy disruptions is imperative. In a new white paper, “Beyond Appropriated Funding: An Innovative Financial Equation for Building Energy Resilience,” the paper’s authors explore strategies for implementing resiliency plans without placing new burdens on appropriated funding sources.
Sponsored By Schneider Electric
Government agencies can plan to generate energy needed for continuity of operations in the event that military bases or other federal facilities lose primary sources of energy. A new white paper, “7 Strategic Steps for Building Energy Security and Ensuring Mission Readiness in Federal Facilities,” provides guidelines and case studies for developing and implementing energy security programs.
This ebook provides insight into the current government threat landscape, and how best to address them. See how an analytics-driven approach to security is being used at Fairfax County and City of Los Angeles in this guide.
This IDC analyst report dives into what to look for in an IT infrastructure monitoring solution, its benefits, key characteristics of modern infrastructure solutions and how best to implement a new or improved infrastructure monitoring approach.
As government agencies work to meet growing demands in cybersecurity, the federal shared service aimed at doing just that – the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation program – is entering its third phase. The Department of Homeland Security and the General Services Administration, which administer the CDM program, are rolling out Phase 3 with its focus on providing greater and timelier insight into what’s happening on the networks. Along with that is a new acquisition strategy known as DEFEND to provide for better tools for rapid response and recovery. Find out more about CDM’s Phase 3.
Sponsored By Fortinet, Akamai, Forcepoint, Tanium
Officially known as Chief Information Officer – Commodities and Solutions, CIO-CS charges the lowest fees of any Government-Wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) vehicle. Learn why CIO-CS and its companion contracts have
emerged as some of the easiest to use, most economical and most far-reaching in the federal space
Sponsored By CDW-G
Water is essential to life, yet you can drown in it. Such is the paradox of big data. The relentless deluge of digital information surging into federal agencies threatens to overwhelm them. That data could also be agencies’ salvation. Contained within the vast and ever-enlarging seas of data are opportunities to streamline operations and dramatically advance agencies’ missions. In “Modernizing Federal IT,” learn about using technology to improve collaboration; IT and managed services; going mobile to full advantage; and the next-generation data center.
Sponsored By Iron Bow Technologies, Cisco, Dell, Intel
With the advent of cloud, IoT, and other next-gen technologies, the Federal government's digital footprint is
growing at an exponential rate. But as the amount of data explodes, so does the number of cyber adversaries and vulnerabilities in our government’s networks.
Sponsored By IBM
Digital transformation requires a holistic strategy of modernizing legacy systems and IT services, streamlining business processes, and creating a culture and workforce that can adapt to change. For agencies working through this process, it also means incorporating new approaches to developing software, managing technology, and delivering services to employees and the citizens they serve.
Sponsored By CGI
Automated customer service, route planning and navigation, and language translation are just some the artificial intelligence (AI) applications that have become
mainstream over the past few years. They are in fact so common, many people don’t even perceive them as AI.
Sponsored By KPMG, Hitachi Vantara Federal, Blueprism
Today’s enterprise security professionals are looking for a security platform that goes beyond traditional security event and incident management systems. Read more to learn about an innovation that provides the opportunity to tap into a virtual command and control structure to help you address previous gaps in intelligence, speed, and accuracy.
E-signature technology can lower the cost of operations and facilitate agency-wide digitization, among other benefits. As with any enterprise-wide technology, though, integration has its challenges. Learn from the experiences of six organizations that use OneSpan Sign e-signature technology.
Sponsored By OneSpan