The General Services Administration (GSA) and Department of Homeland Security (DHS) are among the agencies embracing cloud computing to extend their enterprise and help foster innovative approaches to developing new IT services. In this digital dialogue, you will find more on the lessons learned, and benefits of cloud computing, including how to best incorporate this solution into your organization.
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Federal agencies have made progress over the past decade in preparing their systems and networks to keep pace with technological advances, but there is always more to be done. Agencies are under pressure to keep their networks accessible to employees and more secure than ever before. Download this article to look at some of the technological trends that will be affecting government agencies.
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IT managers are discovering that keeping a handle on all of the elements that go into the enterprise results in duplicate technologies and wasteful inefficiencies, both in terms of money and man hours. Download this digital dialogue to learn how agencies are working to transform their enterprise architecture through standardization and automation to drive efficiencies and reduce costs.
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The cyber security landscape has become a vast and complex terrain that requires more than a simple check list to maintain. Managing cyber risk is best tackled via an integrated, balanced approach that requires a mix of business acumen and technology. Download this article to learn how at the end of the day you can walk away more confident in your operations so that you can get your job done.
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IT resources—equipment, software, real estate and man hours—continue to sprawl in an attempt to keep pace with demand. For federal agencies, this never-ending data center creep has crowded innovative development out of budgets. Download this report to learn how virtualizing servers, applications and the network can help agencies reduce equipment and management costs while simplifying the data center.
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As more federal agencies successfully move workloads to the cloud, they are beginning to realize the true benefits of cloud technology—scalability, cost savings, security and efficiency. Download this gamechanger to learn more about the latest in cloud computing, including the five steps to cloud readiness.
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While the ICS security problem has been developing for years, it wasn’t until the Stuxnet worm was discovered in 2010 that governments around the world became fully aware the extent of the problem. Download this special report to gain more insight into the realm of cyber-threats and industrial security.
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Organizations with widespread offices often struggle with how to extend the same IT services, data and applications to all their employees. But all workers need continuous access whether they’re in the central office or halfway around the world. Download this digital dialogue to learn how the U.S Customs and Border Protection plans to deliver seamless services to its remote users.
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The lessons of recent cybersecurity history are clear: compliance-driven and reactive information security efforts will never mitigate all risk. Learn what Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) Phase 2 means to you and how to choose the right solutions for success.
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Securing your infrastructure, your customer interactions and protecting your data are critical to preserving your reputation and your bottom line. Organizations must evolve, replacing traditional defensive security strategies with a proactive, intelligence-driven offense to prevent and disrupt these threats. The IBM® i2® Enterprise Insight Analysis solution is a next-generation intelligence solution designed to turn overwhelming and disparate data sets into comprehensive intelligence, in near real time.
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Special Operations Forces (SOF) from friendly countries use joint training exercises, such as Operation Nighthawk, to improve their own capabilities and to ensure that they can work together to counter cross-border and multi-national threats. Operation Nighthawk was a 2014 multinational SOF training exercise, bringing together 1,600 personnel from military and police forces from more than 10 countries. The goal was to simulate a fast-paced deployment of SOF units to an active hotspot, and train both field operatives and support staff to plan and conduct special operations.
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Despite the progress many federal agencies have made toward increasing efficiency, lowering costs and improving agility in their data centers, there is still more work to be done. According to a recently conducted survey of federal IT decision-makers, virtualization is just the first step toward achieving these goals. Download this brief to discover more survey findings.
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