Vice President, Open Source Solutions and Atlassian, Carahsoft
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June 21st, 2018
Agencies can effectively respond to changes by taking advantage of new project management innovations that allow them to adapt to shifting priorities.
October 26th, 2016
Government now realizes it simply can't risk the increase of vulnerabilities involved in using legacy systems. Hybrid environments provide the stepping stone to cloud that these organizations need.
March 18th, 2016
Over the past several years, government has felt the pressure from citizens to use mobile for communication. In response, the public sector was able to quickly brainstorm ways to tap into widespread mobile usage and communicate outbound messages to citizens.
March 8th, 2016
Mobile is here to stay within the government workforce. In one study by Lookout, federal agencies surveyed reported that 50% of government workers now use their personal device for work email and 49% use those devices to download work related documents.
January 27th, 2016
At last year’s Red Hat Government Symposium, FedRAMP Director Matt Goodrich spoke about how critical it is for agencies to understand their data before moving into the cloud. Agencies need to take stock of what data they have to make informed decisions about what information can move to the cloud.
January 22nd, 2016
It is never too early to start working on your New Year’s resolution. For 2016 many agencies are striving to become more open – both in terms of data shared and technology used. Whether the driving factor is federal mandates or the desire to reap the cost savings and time to market benefits of open source, the shift is happening.
December 15th, 2015
Starting with Ada Lovelace’s role in the founding of scientific computing, women have been integral to the advancement of technology. In the past two decades, the acknowledgement of women’s roles in the tech industry has increased, as has the drive to get more women into what has traditionally been thought of as a particularly homogeneous industry.
November 17th, 2015
In government technology, structural and cultural change in people, process, and technology must occur to make IT more productive and efficient. At Red Hat’s Government Symposium, the Red Hat team took these core tenants to heart, exploring the journey from dev to ops with a strong focus on the cultural factors of institutional change as it relates to growing open source adoption in the public sector.