Federal leaders are clearly focused on all aspects of modernization. In everything from technology to staffing to operations, managers are assessing their ability to better respond to customer needs. We refer to this concept as "Future-Forward Government."
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Hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) is an option for government agencies moving operations to the cloud. HCI’s “data center in a box” combines computing, networking and storage in one system. When aligned with other system components, HCI lowers costs, reduces complexity and enables flexible scalability of computer power. Learn more in your free Tech Tactics report.
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Earlier this year, on the evening of June 7, an announcement flickered into the consciousness of the federal IT contracting community. The brief electronic message heralded a development with the potential to change the acquisition sector’s status quo.
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Attacks on IT systems and networks are increasing in number and sophistication, and government has fallen behind. To neutralize the threat, the government will need to update policies governing security, rethink the security aspect of contracting, cultivate a security mindset that is commensurate with the threat and incorporate security into business practices.
Sponsored By CDW-G, Dell, Samsung
The Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act (FITARA) of 2014 was designed to help federal agencies improve visibility into their IT expenditures. However, the potential benefits go much further, including reduced costs; improved efficiency and system performance; better security; and the flexibility to take advantage of new technologies and strategic initiatives in the future.
Sponsored By Quest Software
IT departments in federal organizations are facing multiple challenges with the proliferation of endpoints, compliance requirements and security threats. Because cyberattacks have become more commonplace, compliance with strict government regulations such as the Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act (FITARA) is critical.
IT departments in federal institutions face multiple challenges around the proliferation of technology endpoints and increasing security threats. With cyberattacks becoming more commonplace, a key focus for federal agencies is to ensure compliance with strict government regulations such as Windows 10 migration mandates.
Pulling off a successful lift-and-shift initiative requires agencies to select and move applications that are technically able to be migrated in this manner. The new environment should also have appropriate governance, security and infrastructure in place before lifting begins. Your Enterprise Outlook reviews the current state of the cloud environment and the future of moving applications
Sponsored By Oracle, Affigent, and Courage IT
Most federal agencies,by now, have some cloud presence. Still, questions persist. When should an organization shift to cloud? What’s the best way to make the transition? How do you minimize missteps?
Sponsored By Iron Bow Technologies
Brazil’s Minister of Finance contracted with Automation Anywhere to automate production of daily economic reports. The solution was to seamlessly combine data from multiple disparate sources, reducing the time and labor required to produce critical reports that the government uses to formulate and implement Brazil’s economic policy.
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The journey to modernization has its challenges, including an increase in events that are more difficult to monitor due to a diverse hybrid cloud/legacy infrastructure. Real-time IT monitoring tools lead to earlier detection and fewer critical events that could place an agency’s mission at risk. Download the research report to learn more.
Sponsored By Splunk
High-performing companies that acquired advanced technology and obtained “superior business outcomes” also adopted robotic process automation solutions, according to an analysis by Everest Group Research. Relative to their peer organizations, the more successful organizations had better business metrics and strategic outcomes. Those companies also tended to develop new business capabilities across the organization.