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Top Mobile Security Questions Answered

The top six questions your security and IT peers have about mobile security, answered. Get details on top threats, critical gaps, and why enterprises need visibility into mobile today.


Federal Agencies Have a BYOD Program, Like It or Not

Many federal agencies claim they don't have a BYOD program. This survey of federal employees, however, says something different. Get data on personal device usage at work, who's breaking the rules, and more.


FAA Saves Makes Strategic Sourcing a Reality

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.


The Future of Military Manufacturing: The Digital Depot

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.


Rugged Computing in Federal Government: More Important and More Useful than Ever

Download this informative Market Insights Special Report to discover the findings from a recent survey conducted by FCW and Panasonic, which revealed the need for secure, progressive, feature-rich rugged devices that continue to evolve to meet federal agency needs.


IT Playbook:
Records Management

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.


12 Considerations: Build a Business Case for Mobile Platforms

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.


Invest in the Right Flash Storage Solution

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.


A Proven Security Intelligence Model for Combating Cyber Threats

Cyber security is a journey, not a destination. It takes time and resources to mature any significant organizational capability, and achieving significant reductions in MTTD and MTTR is no different. However, for organizations determined to reduce their cyber security risk posture, it is a capability that must be invested in. LogRhythm’s unified platform approach and flexible product architecture allow an organization to adopt and mature capabilities over time, comfortable in the fact that subsequent investments will build on previous steps along the maturity model. Download this article to learn more!


Mobility in Government Services: A Checklist Towards Regulatory Compliance

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.”


Making the Most of NETCENTS-2

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.


Cross-Agency Teamwork, Anytime and Anywhere

Learn how Dan McCrae, Director of IT Service Delivery Division at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) used Google Apps to coordinate schedules, share documents, and create final reports - without the hassle of emailing attachments back and forth.