This white paper looks at how federal government organizations can modernize their data centers to meet new data center requirements.
Sponsored By Avere Systems
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
The latest iteration of NASA's governmentwide acquisition contract opened for business about a year ago. Download this informative Contract Guide to learn what that means for agency customers.
Sponsored By ThunderCat Technology and Capitol Supply
Are you looking to improve IT Portfolio Management within your organization? Check out InQuisient’s short overview on how their software is managing programs, projects and applications through a single system, creating order from chaos. InQuisient’s 100% web-based Platform is a proven solution, currently implemented across the Federal Government.
Sponsored By InQuisient
The Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) program makes tools and services— such as network sensors and dashboards—available to agencies via a government-wide contract. These tools and services help them identify cybersecurity risks on an ongoing basis, prioritize these risks based on potential threats, and mitigate them. The goal is to reduce breaches, improve visibility and move agencies away from a compliance focus and toward a continuous monitoring approach to security. See what government and industry experts had to say at the May 11th event CDM: Building Advanced Cyber Strategies.
Sponsored By Splunk, RSA, Carahsoft, Cisco, DLT
Moving to a hyperconverged infrastructure addresses many of the issues facing federal government agencies these days. It can be more cost-effective, provide greater capacity, increased flexibility, rapid scalability, and promote innovation. This report — presented by Dell, Intel® and Tracewell — details several aspects of the move to hyperconvergence; from establishing a “future-ready” architecture capable of handling massive data stores and the durability requirements of field operations to software-based and virtualized infrastructure
Sponsored By Dell, Intel® and Tracewell Systems
Cyber analytics focuses on improving intrusion detection and response. It’s most effective when considered as a single aspect of a larger cybersecurity game plan. To get the most out of cyber analytics, agencies should build their systems securely from the ground up. Take a holistic and layered approach, promote visibility, think strategically, be able to scale, promote security awareness and enforce basic security practices. Learn more about Cyberanalytics from this event overview based on the April 27th event Cyber Analytics, Compliance, and Business Agility.
Sponsored By Government Acquisitions
Hyper-converged infrastructure is the latest incarnation of a time-tested concept of distributed systems. Download this informative special report to learn what it really means — and why government IT leaders should care.
Sponsored By Pivot3
Samsung and Google have undertaken a number of initiatives to build security into the core Android operating system, provide robust application screening and provisioning, and deliver innovative hardware-based security platforms. Together, these enhancements have positively affected perceptions of Android security and underscore Android’s enterprise worthiness. Download this informative whitepaper to learn how Google’s ongoing commitment to providing monthly Android security patches, robust security services, and diligent application vetting with strict review processes, combined with Samsung’s device-based security features, position Android-based Samsung devices as the secure and logical choice for businesses and government agencies wishing to realize the potential of a digital enterprise.
Sponsored By Samsung
The most recent iteration of the U.S. Army’s IT Enterprise Solutions contract—ITES-3H—is a notable step forward in the evolution of this contract. After the ITES-2H contract, originally award in 2014, was extended several times and had more than $1 billion added to its ceiling, it was time for a new format. Under ITES-3H, the contract is open to other defense agencies, although the Army is expected to account for the majority of the awards. This special report will present a series of articles explaining the evolution of ITES, the broad reaching impact of the new contract, its impact of cybersecurity, and what’s next for this contract format.
Sponsored By Iron Bow Technologies, Cisco, Dell, EMC, HPE, HP, NetApp, Samsung
Under the Federal Data Center Consolidation Initiative and the Cloud First initiative, agencies are being asked to evaluate cloud storage among their modernization options. While some cloud storage services have a reputation for being an economical option, many agencies are understandably reluctant to transfer control and management of their IT infrastructure to a cloud storage provider because of concerns over security, access, and meeting critical SLAs. But there is another option. High-density flash storage offers agencies an unbeatable combination of high performance and cost competitiveness. This white paper compares the cost, control, security, and performance between the two options.
Sponsored By Tegile
This demonstration provides 3 specific examples of how government agencies can utilize a single 360 degree view of the citizen to improve service delivery while reducing cost and preventing fraud. Watch Demo
Sponsored By IBM