During this AWS Spotlight Series, learn how government and educational institutions made heroic leaps to move virtual this year, and how you can modernize, manage and scale these services up and down cost-effectively.
For many federal agencies, recent months have been defined by rapid response to simply ensure business continuity. But with essential operations now stabilized, it's time to truly optimize for agencies' transformed operating environments.
What will make federal workers feel safe in an office environment—can thermal cameras, plastic screens and reconfigured offices reassure workers? Join this discussion with a senior agency IT professional and an industry partner as they look at what has worked and what is still presenting challenges.
Insight Public Sector
As horizons stretch for the remote work force and the prospect of returning to the office any time soon looks less likely, agencies are looking for way to make data accessible, anywhere, anytime in a cost effective way. A multi-cloud approach can offer such a solution—a way to virtualize workloads and move data from servers to virtual desktops and from on-premises centers to the public cloud and back.
Iron Bow Technologies, Dell Technologies, Intel, VMware
Agencies often need to work with multiple public cloud providers and with on-premises data centers as well. For all the benefits that come with the variety of providers, it also presents challenges when workloads need to be moved from one provider to another and back. This webcast will look at the challenges that agencies face with safeguarding data that will be accessed by a growing VDI workforce and how they are managing the operational complexity and costs of multiple hybrid cloud environments.