After January 2019, Java will cease to be free for commercial development and production. Oracle’s Java Virtual Machines (JDK versions) will remain free only for development, testing, prototyping, and demonstration. Production will trigger royalty fees.
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For years, a bedrock of trust undergirded the growth of information technology across all levels of government. Agencies trusted employees to use IT responsibly, and citizens trusted agencies to protect sensitive data. But at a time when data breaches, election tampering and insider threats dominate headlines, trust has waned. Seeking to regain what has been lost, an emerging cybersecurity approach is bringing new rigor to IT security.
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The Challenge! One of the most common and difficult networking challenges agency’s struggle with is IP address conflicts and limitations of moving IP-enabled devices. Ensuring that users across the business can simultaneously access network resources-wherever they are located and securely-is no easy task.
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Government is moving IT operations to the cloud to help agencies deliver services to citizens. Faster computing, scalability, enhanced innovation, greater flexibility and the ability to run simulations are some of the cloud’s benefits that are accelerating the pace and quality of mission attainment. Yet despite the many benefits, shifting operations to the cloud has implications for workplace culture that savvy leaders must address. Learn more in your free IT playbook.
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