Cloud computing is driving dramatic change and innovation across every industry vertical. Constituent demand for more services, more convenience and more transparency at a lower cost and with lower staffing level makes this transformation even tougher for government agencies. This webinar will explain what you need to know about cloud computing, how your agency can address the transition challenge and why training and education are critical to your organization's success.
Date: Jun 04, 2019
Many modern cyberattacks today are leveled against the full system stack. Sharing resources now means sharing threats. Join Intel and Lockheed Martin as they share how a new hardened virtualized platform approach
Date: Jun 11, 2019
Intel, Lockheed Martin
One of the main reasons systems are vulnerable is that they are either not patched or not patched quickly enough, due to the cost of system downtime that needs to be scheduled. Automating manual processes in the data center, particularly security patching, is a key factor that will allow federal agencies to meet compliance standards and keep data secure while freeing up resources for other critical tasks. An automated patching process eliminates errors by removing the human element, and strengthens overall security.
Date: Jun 13, 2019
The cloud offers many benefits for government agencies and is the primary catalyst toward transformation and IT modernization. But, for many agencies, it can be tough. This webcast will address the four stages of cloud implementation: planning, migrating, managing and improving.
Date: Jun 26, 2019
SwishData, Riverbed Technology
Intelligent information management is an increasingly critical function for government agencies. Federal agencies are under pressure from all sides to fulfill technology modernization mandates, adhere to security and privacy standards, and ensure efficient and legal records management.
Today, software development teams are consuming billions of open source components and containerized applications to improve productivity at a massive scale by leveraging open source software supply chains. Learn more in this free presentation!
As government modernizes its information technology capabilities, the ability to successfully manage the identities of internal and external users – employees, constituents, contractors, partners, suppliers, et. al. – will be more critical than ever. Many of the advanced and emerging IT tools that improve government’s efficiency and effectiveness also alter the security landscape.
The complexity of existing business applications and the environment that has grown up around them can limit the potential for innovation. Taking mainframe applications forward and making the mainframe work harder requires a different type of approach to remove a number of constraints. Mainframe modernization is not one of the current “buzz” terms in the government technology sector, but it is fundamental to enacting many of the current Office of Management and Budget (OMB) mandates. Without updating mainframe-based legacy systems, most agencies cannot consolidate their data center environments, move to the cloud to share services or enable the mobile workforce. Mainframes are the foundation for many missions across government, and should remain a topic
of discussion as agencies work to innovate and reduce costs in IT.