TIC 3.0 aims to provide federal agencies the ability to leverage cloud and mobility through a cloud-first perspective. Read about the importance of pairing zero-trust network access with cloud-native secure access service edge (SASE) solutions.
Sponsored by Netskope
As the COVID-19 crisis has unfolded, remote work has become increasingly the norm across the private sector and in federal government as well. Yet remote work brings with it new perils, especially
in the area of cybersecurity. Download this eBook now to learn how to secure federal IT in the remote-work era.
Sponsored by SonicWALL
Red Hat® was named a leader among 8 multicloud container platform vendors in The Forrester Wave™: Multicloud Container Development Platforms Q3 2020 report. The respected analyst firm evaluated vendors and their products on 29 criteria in 3 categories—Current Offering, Strategy, and Market Presence—and gave Red Hat the top scores in each category.
Sponsored by Red Hat
The demands of the digital economy are driving needed change in the approach to modern BI. The new paradigm sets out to overcome the shortcomings of traditional, passive BI by delivering a state of continuous intelligence from real-time, up-to-date information designed to trigger immediate actions. We call it Active Intelligence.
Sponsored by Qlik
Integrating different application elements across cloud boundaries is the heart of hybrid cloud. Use Red Hat’s flexible integration tools to connect services or applications in different environments and manage different APIs and protocols. When developing an app that deals with sensitive information, for instance, the team can deploy the logic on public cloud and the database on on-prem cloud while managing security needs. Teams are free to use any environment if they comply with your tool and policy guidelines. Reduce vendor lock-in that stifles innovation and increases costs.
A hybrid cloud environment simplifies digital transformation by providing interoperability, workload portability, and strategic flexibility. To make sure your enterprise is on the right path, consider the following seven areas when building your hybrid cloud strategy.
Effective cloud strategies typically involve implementing consistent cloud, application, and management platforms that let you deploy and manage workloads across multiple infrastructures according to performance, security, compliance, and cost requirements. It can be a daunting task, but Red Hat can help. Red Hat® Services Solution: Hybrid and Multicloud can help you plan and implement a hybrid and multicloud strategy faster and more easily, with an emphasis on organizational success.
The last year has seen transformational shifts in how government networks support users and the growing demand for digital services. Some of the shift to a more diffuse network supporting remote users, as well as increasing reliance on government’s digital resources, is likely permanent and the beginnings of a work-from-anywhere future. Keeping a firm foundation for network security, including DNS security, is critical in that developing world.
Sponsored by Carahsoft and Infoblox
Learn about Rubrik tools that are available to protect the data, wherever it resides and protect against ransomware and data spillage.
Sponsored by Rubrik
The President’s Management Agenda (PMA) stakes out a bold position on data—in fact, much bolder than many people recognize. It puts data front and center, identifying it as a strategic asset and one of three drivers of
transformation in the federal government. This shift to data-driven decision-making and evidence based policy-making has important ramifications for agency analytic programs. Download this white paper to learn more.
Sponsored by Tableau Software
The next breakthroughs in business intelligence (BI) and analytics will see machine learning and artificial intelligence used to improve data access and data quality, uncover previously hidden insights, suggest analyses, deliver predictive analytics, and suggest actions. Download this white paper to get an inside look at these capabilities and how they will benefit customers in the future.
As part of the President’s Management Agenda (PMA), a framework for a new, data-centric approach is taking shape – one that aligns technology, policies, and records to support evidence-based decision-making.