• High Performance Computing: Fueling the Next Great Discovery

    It’s human nature to ask ever bigger questions and strive to solve ever more complex problems. High Performance Computing (HPC) is one more technological tool that can help us in that quest. HPC is pushing innovation of the next amazing achievement in science, engineering, healthcare, and education. 12/08/2016

  • Accelerate Data Center and HPC Efficiency

    Do you have real insight into you operations? If you don’t understand everything going on in your entire operational facility and energy grid, it is very difficult to be truly efficient. You can’t properly manage power demands, energy consumption, power fluctuations, or operational efficiency without understanding your data but that can be difficult with so much data everywhere and not knowing what data is important or significant to make sense of. 12/01/2016

  • Conquer Data Chaos to Meet the 2019 Mandate

    It’s no secret that government organizations are faced with greater variety & larger volumes of data than ever before – the Era of Data Chaos. Learn how to achieve the efficiency, security & compliance to harness Data Chaos and make the 2019 Mandate. 11/16/2016

  • DevOps and Data: Insights for the Federal Government

    Looking to apply cutting-edge DevOps practices to the federal government's most significant projects? Join Delphix for our upcoming webinar and learn how the US Army and NASA use data for DevOps to accelerate projects. Plus, we'll discuss research on the biggest challenges facing DevOps practitioners, and learn about the role of data management and security in delivering mission-critical code faster, and more safely, than ever before. 11/10/2016

  • The End of Authentication As We Know It – What’s Next?

    With CAC cards being phased out and password authentication proving to be a security liability, new rules and guidance’s are moving agencies to identity based authentication methods including multi-factor authentication, contextual authentication and behavioral based identity assurance. 10/27/2016


  • Digital Government Focuses Attention on the User

    Creating a digital agency demands a bottom-up instead of a top-down approach. This means thinking first about what customers need and then delivering on that, according to speakers at a Sept. 15th event: Digital Government: From Vision to ROI.

  • ITES-3H Focuses on Integrated Solutions

    The Army's ITES-Enterprise Hardware Solutions contract began life humbly enough in 2003. It was originally a component of an $800 million contract vehicle to support the Army Infostructure Transformation program. The ITES contract is now in its third iteration - sprawling $5 billion contract that is the principal resource for the Army's IT system needs. Download this contract profile to learn how the Army ITES-3H contract continues to evolve to keep pace with technological trends.

  • Health IT Guide: Better Tools for Better Outcomes

    While technology has always been an important aspect of the healthcare industry, recent advances are helping move the state of healthcare forward. Managing the massive volumes of digital healthcare data and deriving the greatest value from the data for improved patient care is the primary goal. Ensuring patient security is also critical. Standardizing healthcare records formats can help ensure improved collaboration, security and efficiency. Download this guide to see how modern advances are working together to improve the overall quality and effectiveness of healthcare.

  • IT Mandate: Getting Ready to Move to Windows 10

    Last year, Microsoft Corp. introduced Windows 10—the latest version of its Windows operating system. This new version of its flagship OS offers many features that government agencies should find attractive; especially those looking to increase security and improve mobile device support. Download this IT Mandate to discover the top seven tips for planning a smooth migration to Windows 10.

  • Mobility Surge Raises Security Stakes

    Government agencies rely on mobile devices more than ever before. And it’s not just field operatives or inspectors. Agency staffers at all levels are being issued mobile devices. The challenge now for agencies is to ensure productivity and access to the tools they need to do their jobs; while at the same time ensuring those devices are truly secure. Security threats facing mobile devices continue to evolve, and so too must the security solutions and policies that protect those devices.