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
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
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
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
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