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Webcasts

  • IT Monitoring: Meeting the Demands of the Shared Services Mandate

    The Office of Management and Budget has made it clear: The future is in shared services. A forthcoming OMB policy on data center consolidation keeps the emphasis on a "cloud first" and shared services-heavy approach. Both initiatives, however, depend on agencies being able to monitor and maintain the health of the IT enterprise. There are significant challenges within this new type of shared services environment to provide visibility to all stakeholders. It’s essential to provide not only separate department-level views, but also an enterprise-level overarching view. In this webcast, Mark Glorioso, Executive Director of the NASA Shared Services Center, will talk about the challenges of managing performance in a shared services environment. 06/16/2016

  • Where Tradition Meets Ingenuity

    As agencies strive to deliver more and more value to their stakeholders, agency IT decision makers are under immense pressure to innovate while spending a majority of their budgets on simply keeping the lights on. Further, they look with an envious eye at exciting, emerging technology companies from Silicon Valley and wonder how their agencies can be just as responsive while still keeping their systems of record available and secure. What’s an agency to do? 06/09/2016

  • Successful Windows 10 Migration Strategies for Federal, Intel, and other DoD agencies – Why, What, How?

    What’s your biggest worry with Windows 10 migration? Application compatibility, User experience, and Security rank high on the project requirements checklist. Learn how Federal, Intel, and other DoD agencies are successfully exceeding Windows 10 migration project requirements. Join us as we take a deep-dive into the tools built into Citrix XenDesktop that you can use today to make this your best Windows migration ever. We’ll show you how to use a free tool to check app compatibility, and how to leverage features built into Citrix XenDesktop to avoid hours of manual testing and remediation. 06/01/2016

  • FITARA and Beyond

    The Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act (FITARA) has clearly had a major impact on government agency IT operations. By requiring agencies to ensure IT leaders take a more active role in the decision processes and policies related to IT resources, it is demanding more accountable, better informed and more strategic-minded IT leaders. It is essential for all agency IT leaders to operate at that level. To make better informed and more effective decisions regarding IT resources, IT leaders need real-time data and an accurate and up-to-date picture of the current state of their IT services. It can be a challenge to accurately qualify and quantify IT resources when that data is inaccurate or incomplete. Join this webcast to learn more about FITARA and how it affects IT acquisition, implementation and management in government moving forward. 05/25/2016

  • Are You REALLY Ready for a Crisis?

    The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS) mission is to conserve, protect, and enhance fish, wildlife, plants and their habitats for the continuing benefit of the American people. Located in some of the most remote sites with limited connectivity and backup issues, the scientific research teams, their data, and mission-critical efforts require a consistent focus on access and protection. 05/12/2016

Whitepapers

  • Mobile Security: Agency Workers on the Move

    The proliferation of mobile devices has changed the modern workplace. Employees can stay fully engaged and connected no matter where they’re working. However, supporting a seamless mobile workforce requires enterprise-grade mobile security. Keith Fuentes, VP of Samsung KNOX, tells FCW how advanced mobile security technology, and the processes to match, can pay off in increased employee productivity, cost savings and a truly secure mobile workforce.

  • Barriers to the Cloud Remain

    About six years ago, the White House launched its Cloud First initiative. This was intended to encourage agencies to consider cloud computing as a platform for their IT operations because of the flexibility and the opportunity for cost savings. During an event on March 30, speakers addressed security concerns about cloud computing platforms. Download this eBook to learn more about how security is handled on cloud computing platforms.

  • Old PCs Put Your Business at Risk

    Protect against hackers by upgrading to new desktops featuring Intel’s hardware-enhanced security and supporting software. Innovative hardware enhancements, built into Intel®-powered desktops since mid-2013, “harden” key information and commands normally executed in software, giving your business maximum protection. Read this paper to learn what your organization can do to overcome security challenges.

  • Four Ways to Win by Replacing Legacy Laptops and Desktops

    Security. That’s what keeps IT leaders up at night. Yet security is not the only concern – to it, you can add incompatible platforms and operating systems, limited technical/IT resources, and ever-shrinking budgets. Research from IDG shows a direct correlation between the mitigating these challenges and upgrading client hardware and OS’s. Read this 2 page paper to learn more about how replacing legacy client systems can help alleviate security risks while improving end user productivity.

  • Modern Manufacturing Comes to Federal Agencies

    Call it 3D printing, call it additive manufacturing; by any name, it’s transforming fields as diverse as biological engineering and aircraft part production. Fields like that require precise tolerances in component production, which digital 3D printing provides. They also have significant degrees of flexibility and versatility, since 3D printer output is generated directly from digital files you can instantly edit or revise as needed.Download this exclusive Executive Insights to learn how 3D printing is emerging as the answer for many complex government production and prototyping projects.

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