Automation can help agencies secure enterprises, bring new efficiencies to operations and effectively manage data that might otherwise pile up or go without adequate security protections.
Sponsored By KPMG
As agencies delve into the world of artificial intelligence, it is important for them to match the appropriate technology with the right use case, understand their data, and take an integrated approach to finding an optimal solution.
Agencies are embracing artificial intelligence, and employees are ready and willing to harness the technology and incorporate it into their work. Still, they are waiting for guidance on how to do that. Emerging technology,such as AI, is changing how jobs are done and creating opportunities for employees to automate tedious, manual tasks, said Michael Gavin, human capital senior manager, at Accenture Federal Services.
Sponsored By Accenture
The five-year, $5-billion ITES-3H acquisitions contract provides “total solutions” intended to advance modernization of the U.S. Army’s IT infrastructure. To that end, CDW·G is educating procurement professionals on how best to use the ITES-3H contract.
Sponsored By CDWG, Dell, HPE
A successful cloud migration involves two key elements:
planning and prioritizing. However, the strategies you take
to get to the cloud depend on the portfolio you are trying to
Sponsored By Akima
Akima ACE is a proven process for implementing an automated tier 0/tier 1
enterprise service desk. Through intelligent automation and an intuitive user
interface, the system self-diagnoses common computer and IT issues allowing IT
staff to focus on higher priority issues. Automating the enterprise service desk
reduces costs on IT support, improves customer experience and streamlines
The technical revolution has transformed
how businesses operate. With the click of
a button, customers are treated to quick,
easy, and painless transactions. But the
federal government also has a business to
attend to: serving taxpayers in the most
efficient and effective way.
The Akima portfolio of companies can
streamline the acquisition process and
deliver complete, cost-effective solutions
to meet your mission requirements quickly
and without interruption of service.
Akima is a $1.2 billion Alaska Native Corporation with
more than 40 operating companies, 7,000 employees
and 30 years of experience in federal contracting.
Competing in 8(a), small business and open markets,
the Akima portfolio of companies delivers scalable,
cost-effective solutions to meet virtually any mission
Federal agencies have striven in recent years to modernize federal computing, adopting technologies such as cloud computing, collaborative tools, mobility and Internet-enabled sensors. The consensus is that these technologies will enable a transformed IT environment that will require flexibility, efficiency, accessibility, collaboration and security.
Sponsored By General Dynamics Mission Systems
IT service desks play an important role in helping users resolve IT problems, yet they often result in long wait times and lost productivity. Automated enterprise service desks help agencies to regain productivity and cut downtime costs.
Amid escalating threats to information technology networks, the Zero Trust model of cybersecurity is gaining adherents among IT security professionals in government. Unlike traditional perimeter defense, which allows wide access to anyone inside the perimeter, Zero Trust verifies the identities of all users and limits access to necessary applications. Learn more in your free Tech Tactics report
Sponsored By Akamai