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.
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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
In the domain of cybersecurity, the stakes are higher than they’ve ever been. Proliferation of cloud and mobile technology has enlarged the IT “attack surface” and increased the vulnerability of networks. The solution might be to adopt a new security paradigm built on a policy of zero trust. Learn more in your free Expert Q&A resource.
In the era of technological disruption, unpredictability is the only constant. A world class IT solutions provider must be nimble and agile; have the backing of a large organization with a deep bench; and foster a culture of trust and openness that makes it possible to deftly navigate challenges.
Whether an organization is planning a migration to a cloud or moving off the mainframe, a careful system assessment, detailed planning (task, time, budget) and a knowledgeable Cost-Benefit Analysis is required.
Sponsored By Chameleon Integrated Services
Global supply chain security ensures the integrity of IT products, end-to-end, so that they are delivered to U.S. government agencies in the form intended by the original equipment manufacturer (OEM). A potent defense against cybercriminals seeking to compromise supply chains is the ISO 28000 global security standard, is administered by the International Standards Organization (ISO), which demands continuous proof of supply chain security. Download your free contract profile to learn more.
Sponsored By CDWG, Apple
Moving data center assets to the cloud is a solid business move that can nonetheless be complicated, slow and confusing. Following a few best practices can make for smoother data migration that results in efficiencies, cost savings and agility, making it easier for agencies to advance their missions.
Traditional defense in depth strategies that protected agencies’ networks for many years are in most cases no longer the best approach. To stay a step ahead of adversaries, savvy IT security professionals are vigilantly monitoring and analyzing the cyber landscape, mitigating known hazards and nimbly shifting tactics to neutralize threats that can mutate with the adroitness of drug-resistant viruses.