As organizations adjusted to the remote work required by the coronavirus pandemic, they had to make many changes to the simple processes that individuals used to access networks, websites and the data needed to deliver on their missions. Securing that access became a top priority as cyberattacks increased dramatically with the larger attack surface and low hanging fruit of home networks and vulnerable access points.
Affigent and Riverbed
Optimizing the experience of citizens engaging with government agencies requires examining every moment of the interaction, the way those moments connect to create an impression, and the unfolding of the ongoing experience. Only then can government improve the citizen experience. Artificial intelligence helps by unifying, orchestrating and optimizing the journey – creating exceptional experiences for customers and employees. During this session, hear how government workers supported by AI technology deliver digital efficiency to citizens – with a human touch.
Carahsoft and Genesys
Hear from Stephen Buckner, Assistant Director of Communications, U.S. Census Bureau, on what the 2020 Census is about, and how the Census Bureau modernized their digital services to deliver a people-driven experience. Download the Adobe resource.
What potential impacts will this have on government information technology organizations days, weeks, years after the pandemic ends? What IT changes are you doing now to help emerge stronger, more resilient, secure and ready for a future that will undoubtedly be a new normal? Find out now!
Micro Focus, immixGroup
A faster, simpler, more secure and cost-effective solution to enable your agency’s hybrid cloud environment – the first step in digital transformation. HPE GreenLake Hybrid Cloud.
Swish Data, HPE
Data is not only transforming our world but also how data relates to the democratic process. Despite the trend, much of our government data goes unused and under-analyzed. As a response to this challenge, the Federal Data Strategy looks to transform the way in which agencies deliver on their missions, serve the public, and steward resources. Are you setting your agency up for analytics success?
Carahsoft, Tableau Software
Join this webcast to hear how a federal IT leader encountered and overcame these challenges, making it possible for the agency to pivot and thrive in the cloud. Industry experts from Nutanix, a cloud computing software company, will discuss how a cloud-ready platform can provide a seamless transformation to a hybrid cloud solution.
In this podcast, Bob Silkowitz, director of public sector sales at Vertiv, will discuss the data challenge; edge computing’s ability to deliver solutions unavailable to legacy systems; and important steps federal agencies can take to better manage and extract value from their data.
With the evolution of data science, defense organizations can now take full advantage of advanced analytics to optimize readiness mission planning. Breakthroughs in data science have made advanced analytics more technologically feasible, cost effective, and practical to adopt. In order to fully operationalize data science for readiness planning, organizations must consider more than just the technology alone. Incorporating the nature of the individual defense organization and its unique readiness requirements into the data science capability is essential for mission success.
FireEye and AWS hosted a Cloud Security Breakfast Briefing summer of 2019. During this briefing Stephen Alexander, AWS National Security Senior Solutions Architect and FireEye's Martin Holste, Cloud Security CTO, and Tim Appleby, Director of Federal Programs, addressed how organizations can achieve the security needed to protect user credentials, proactively identify vulnerabilities and centralize security monitoring.
Technological advances, demographics, consumers, and talent markets are shaping the future of work, creating threats and opportunities. Learn how government employees and machines can work together to optimize our collective impact.
Many factors are in play that affect the federal workforce—emerging technology and automation, changing customer demands, and evolving agency priorities. One of the PMA goals is to strategically and actively manage the workforce so that critical skill sets will be available in the future.