The shift to digital transformation and new technologies increases what can be the biggest risk to your mission: a lack of real-time, end-to-end visibility into systems and operations. Individual department goals lead to a heterogenous landfill of products and systems managed in silos, challenging visibility and ability to pinpoint problems. Download the brief to learn more.
Sponsored By Splunk
The hype around artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) has exploded, sometimes overshadowing the real uses and innovations happening at agencies today. The reality is that applying AI and ML to data-dependent challenges presents the opportunity for better security, faster innovation, and overall improved efficiency.
One of the biggest challenges facing IT ops in agencies today is the lack of visibility across the entire infrastructure. Download this report by Gartner to learn the four-step approach to developing an IT operations monitoring strategy.
San Diego’s Health and Human Services Agency chose Automation Anywhere to streamline its process for qualifying applicants to government assistance programs. Without rewriting code, Automation Anywhere integrated legacy applications and automated the qualification process. Integrating the legacy system lowered verification times, costs, risks and errors.
Sponsored By Automation Anywhere
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.
What cognitive automation is, why you need it, and how to do it right.
Adding cognitive capabilities to robotic process automation (RPA) is the biggest trend in business process automation since, well, RPA. In this eBook, you’ll learn how to succeed with cognitive automation by following six basic steps.
The benefits of moving IT networks and systems to the cloud are well established, yet seven years after the federal government’s Cloud First policy came out, government agencies continue to struggle with cloud migration – and not for lack of trying. Cloud Smart, a follow-up strategy that is in the works, seeks to give agencies the tools they need to “adopt cloud solutions that streamline transformation and embrace modern capabilities.”
Sponsored By Oracle and Affigent
Government agencies and partners often struggle with integrating and digesting data. Yet, analyzing and sharing data is the key to ensuring that you have the most comprehensive and current information. Rapidly evolve your agency's operational processes with Azure Government and explore how cloud computing is already driving IT modernization in your industry.
Sponsored By Microsoft Azure
You can’t hack what you can’t see. It makes sense, then, to cloak the addresses of network nodes that make systems vulnerable to hackers. From their perspective, cloaked network nodes no longer exist. The Cyberspace Operations Infrastructure (CSOI), developed by IMPRES Technology Solutions, is a fabric-based architecture that integrates with security, topology and protocols on multiple levels. CSOI leaves hackers in the dark.
Sponsored By IMPRES Technology, Dell EMC
State and local governments concerned about network security can emulate the best practices of federal intelligence and military agencies, such as the CIA, NSA, FBI and the Defense Department. Those critical organizations physically isolate their networks and assets from the public internet and anyone who isn't authorized to have access. State and local governments can emulate the strategy by adding an air-gap network isolation solution to their arsenal of security tools.
Sponsored By Belkin
As with most rapidly advancing technologies, desktop security solutions can be confusing. This FAQ document provides detailed information on a range of topics, including risks associated with using unsecure keyboard-video-mouse (KVM) switches, hardware components and supply-chain issues, anti-tampering features, protection against user errors, supported operating systems and keyboards, use with biometric readers and other issues.
Networks security often focuses on assets (data centers) to the neglect of potential attack vectors (workstations). Hackers with access to everyday cubicle hardware can turn microphones into listening devices, reprogram keyboards to transmit data, and hijack USB speakers to transfer malicious code. Belkin's cybersecurity solutions - secure display ports, desktop controllers and readers - protect organizations and their information.