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.
Sponsored By Lookout
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.
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.
Sponsored By Nutanix
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.
Sponsored By ServiceNow