Flash technology can be fast, reliable and increasingly affordable but is not necessarily an immediate solution for every problem. The key is to know how to put flash to use to deliver real business value. This whitepaper will debunk some of the common flash myths and show the importance of putting the right storage array into place to support the right application in order to deliver the most business value.
Sponsored By FCN Technology Solutions
Download this informative Digital Dialogue to learn why federal agencies are under immense pressure to manage the speed, safety and efficiency of their network and determine what steps you can take to ensure all employees are connected 24x7.
Sponsored By Dell Security
Risk framing is an essential aspect of formulating a security strategy. It establishes the boundary and scope of the environment in which risk-based decisions are made. Download this digital dialogue to gain insights from NASA on the best practices for creating a strong information security strategy for your organization.
Sponsored By Riverbed Technology, Inc.
Hyperconvergence is the next step in the evolution of datacenter technology. It packages infrastructure elements—storage, compute and network—into an appliance. As Chris Howard, Nutanix vice president of federal sales, and Jeff Hogarth, Dell’s federal sales director, explain, the result is simplified administration, reduced ROI and faster response to agency demands.
Sponsored By Nutanix, Dell
Discover how policy governance can help agencies address the problem of effective content management. In order to comply with the records initiative, you can implement five key objectives: Enhance productivity by using automation and transparency. Don’t restrict the flexibility and capabilities of collaboration tools. Don’t treat all information equally. Decrease the size and cost of your information footprint. Integrate the Memorandum’s requirements. Learn how each of these strategies can contribute to the overall effectiveness of your information governance solutions.
Sponsored By HPE
Discover how the challenge of managing Big Data for the government sector can be handled in today’s world. Good information governance, including traditional backup and data preservation/retention is really about retaining the right data for the right reasons. Learn more about the top ten most important IT priorities in the next 12 months for public-sector organizations.
Sponsored By HPE
Federal agencies rely on mobile technology in a range of extreme environments, from border patrol to emergency services, where device failure is not an option. However, with so many “ruggedized” mobile computers on the market, it can be challenging to determine which technology, laptop or tablet, will best meet their needs. New rugged detachable laptops are emerging that offer the best of both worlds in a single device. This whitepaper will take a close look at the usage modes of the fully rugged detachable Panasonic Toughbook 20 laptop, along with examples of different tasks federal agencies encounter on the job.
Sponsored By Panasonic
In order for companies to succeed in the digital market, they must learn to overcome the disruptions of Accelerated digitization, Radical technology changes, and Knowledge can replace speculation. Failure to stay ahead of these disruptions can leave organization stranded and alone while their competitors speed ahead to success. Download this article to learn more!
Sponsored By IBM
The NIH is making multiple databases available in a common cloud environment to meet its goals of saving money, sustaining the digital ecosystem and creating reproducible healthcare data. Download this Digital Dialogue about a recent webcast to learn more.
Sponsored By Avere Systems and Amazon Web Services
Big data has been called the new natural resource. And this resource continues to rapidly grow in volume, variety and complexity, particularly in government. Despite the explosive growth of information across industries, less than 1 percent of the world’s data is currently analyzed. How can government organizations bridge the gap between untapped opportunities and current capabilities? The answer is cognitive computing. Cognitive-based systems build knowledge and learn, understand natural language, and reason and interact more naturally with human beings than traditional programmable systems. Download this article to learn more!
Sponsored By IBM
The move among government agencies to provide digital services is being driven both by consumer market forces and federal mandate. The office of federal CIO and the newly minted U.S. Digital Service even issued its own digital services playbook in 2015. This playbook provides agencies with a straightforward checklist and 13 detailed step-by-step instructions for moving to the digital services world. Download this informative article for a Forward Spin on where cloud trends are headed in 2016.
Sponsored By ThunderCat Technology and Riverbed
BYOD has made mobile security a much bigger challenge for enterprises. See what Forrester Consulting's national survey revealed.
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