Getting virtualization right is critical for government agencies. They need to build agile development environments for cloud native applications and to successfully run their mission critical enterprise applications. Taking a modern approach can ensure virtualized applications are allotted all the storage they need to run at peak performance.
Sponsored By Tintri
Advances to government networks over the past decade have created more traffic, connections, and complexity. To remain productive and secure, agencies need consistent and thorough visibility into all these connections. Yet today, many organizations don’t have the visibility they need. In this GameChanger, we explore how a holistic approach can be better suited toward today’s complex networks.
Sponsored By Cisco
As government agencies face tighter budgets and widening skills gaps, making better use of their workforce data can help them save money, improve productivity and minimize compliance risks. Every organization has to manage its workforce data. There’s time and attendance, payroll, scheduling, leave, overtime pay, and pension pay-out data among the numerous workforce-related tasks organizations must track on an ongoing basis. Learn how automation and analytics help reveal the value of workforce data to inform better decisions.
Sponsored By Kronos
The concept of shared services is making headway in government agencies. Shared services help agencies save money and provide better services to their citizen customers in an era of limited resources. There is already a strong foundation for shared services and significant progress has been made, particularly over the past 15 months, the speakers said at a Dec 7th event Shared Services: A Model for the New Administration.
Sponsored By IBM
Compliance requirements from the U.S. Department of Justice have made two factor authentication a must. Download this case study to see how One Identity Defender allowed the Bakersfield Police Department to meet these requirements and save money for their department.
Sponsored By DLT, One Identity
As federal agency data management programs continue to evolve, agency staff is finding the cultural, organizational and policy issues present the biggest challenges, not the technology. However, technology is really only a small part of the data management and analytics equation, according to government and industry experts speaking at a Nov. 29th event: Big Issues Conference: Federal IT after the Transition. Download this informative article to learn more!
Sponsored By IBM
The complex and varied work of federal agencies creates logistics challenges that can limit agencies’ efficiency and effectiveness. Today’s decisions on logistics deployments have the power to shape an agency’s operations for years to come. This white paper serves as a guide to help agencies implement viable logistics solutions by providing best practices and key considerations geared toward augmenting the value of their assets.
Sponsored By AT&T
Agencies could become more productive and increase employee satisfaction by adopting new ways of operating, but many lack the communication tools essential to support
effective teamwork. A number of government offices have begun to build more collaborative workplaces thanks to Unified Communications solutions. Because the core of UC consists of voice, email, and instant messaging (IM) – services already in use in virtually every workplace – agencies are able to reap the benefits of collaboration without ripping and replacing legacy equipment or making major investments in new hardware.
Sponsored By AT&T
This report highlights findings from a recent 1105 Public Sector Media Group survey of 250 government users. The objective of this survey was to determine federal, state, and local government attitudes towards Windows 10. This report details survey respondents’ journey to Windows 10, including migration plans, obstacles and benefits.
Sponsored By Iron Bow Technologies, Dell EMC
Government endpoints are a critical path to sensitive government data and are central to government operations. Malicious, unauthorized changes and access to these systems can have a significant impact on an agency’s operations. They can be protected against today’s swiftly changing threat environment in a manner that is minimally disruptive to government operations and meets the productivity needs of the end user.
Sponsored By Palo Alto Networks, Carahsoft
As data continues to grow and evolve, agencies’ storage requirements are changing as well. Today’s agencies need high-performing systems that scale easily and allow for agility. Learn how your organization can gain value by turning to the newest All Flash Arrays to meet these growing storage demands.
Sponsored By Arrow, NetApp
Privileged users can be an agency’s riskiest employees, as many have access beyond their roles or responsibilities. Moreover, current security platforms often fail to provide the necessary context to show if an incident is caused by an insider. What is your agency doing to address potentially high-risk employees and protect critical data?
Sponsored By Forcepoint