Whitepapers


Mobile Security: Confidence Ebbs as BYOD Booms

Security risks have grown roughly in proportion to the meteoric growth in employee-owned mobile devices within the workplace. Meanwhile cyber-attacks are growing in sophistication and severity. According to data from a new IDG Research survey, these dynamics have IT decision makers scrambling to tighten and revise BYOD policies while addressing the holistic issue of endpoint security.Download this two-page paper detailing the IDG Research results for expert advice on securing your organization’s data on Dell devices with Intel® Core™ vPro™ processor family in an increasingly mobile world.


Ultimate Tech Challenge: OS Migration

IT professionals face interesting and complex challenges on a daily basis, and often need to come up with creative, on-the-fly solutions to fix problems and keep a business running. Operating system migrations are no different, and can present a handful of situational complexities to overcome.


Migration Insights

The Migration Insight eGuide summarizes five IT Professional's real-world advice about managing migration, both on the client and server. It provides insight into their business decision to migrate, the migration process, training, and the business improvements achieved as a result of their decision to migrate.


Making the Case for Hybrid Cloud

Despite major strides and easier paths to cloud authorization, many agencies remain reluctant to adopt cloud for fear it will introduce new risks and added layers of complexity. This issue brief explores why a hybrid cloud model is the best answer for those risk averse agencies.


Maximizing TCO For Electronic(or Tablet-Based) Field Inspections

Though there are hurdles to overcome, enterprise-grade devices—including Windows-based tablets—enable agencies to capitalize on the full benefits of mobility.


Quantifying the Total Cost of Managing Data

Data is the lifeblood of any federal agency but the explosive growth of data has made data management a growing challenge. Struggling to meet shrinking project schedules and declining resources, agency CIOs are looking for new ways to reduce their total cost of data and accelerate IT projects.


Amazon Web Services for the Federal Government

Federal agencies are increasingly mandated to migrate to cloud services like AWS to achieve integration and agility. Cloud migrations however, can be complex, disruptive, and time consuming projects that also face many security and compliance-related challenges.


Data Center Consolidation & Rationalization

eGov initiatives and widespread digitization have multiplied application portfolios in the government. TO reduce the associated technology debt, agencies are scrambling to deliver on consolidation and rationalization initiatives. Yet, most projects are over budget and behind schedule.


GameChanger: 5 Things You Need to Ask When Planning for the Hybrid Cloud

Cloud spending is big business for agencies. IDC recently reported that federal spending on cloud technology will top $9 billion by 2017. But if agencies don’t plan carefully and use the right technologies, providers, and integration strategies they may be throwing away money and causing more work than benefit, especially when it comes to the hybrid cloud.


Breaking through the Security Cloud

Although many organizations are in the process of planning and executing cloud adoption, security remains to be a major barrier. Download this special report to learn more about cloud computing threats, the benefits of hybrid cloud and managed cloud services as well as how to stay compliant.


The NIST Cybersecurity Framework

The NIST Cybersecurity Framework is complex. This digital white paper helps clarify the intricacies, discussing the need for the Framework, how it can benefit your agency, the five main Framework functions, and related Dell solutions.


Consolidate and Simplify Your Security Environment

A 3-pronged platform approach for building a cybersecurity program that is more agile, robust, and cost-effective. Conduct cyber operations more efficiently with your agency’s current set of security tools while also generating cost savings to acquire emerging technologies, such as behavioral analytics and outlier detection, which are becoming essential for defending against modern threats.