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May 17th, 2016
This month’s focus in Carahsoft’s Innovation in Government series, in collaboration with Government Computer News, focuses on “Securing the Enterprise.” Security has been difficult for enterprises of all kinds, both public and private, to deal with because it is a journey, not a destination. The thought leaders included in this month’s feature can offer you a lot of technical knowledge and advice to make the journey easier.
- Adobe, F5, F5 Networks, Government Cybersecurity, HyTrust, Innovation in Government, Qlik, Red Hat, Splunk, VMware
May 16th, 2016
A measurement process, which would normally take weeks using hand, paper, and a measuring tape was completed in less than 3 days; the team was able to scan the existing structures and offer accurate, down to the millimeter smart digital measurements of the facilities – the first ever as-is blueprint of these barns.
May 11th, 2016
At the recent VMware Innovation Summit, government IT leaders discussed the changes and creative postures their organizations are taking in order to boost cybersecurity, meet agility goals, and reach their mission objectives. These executives are taking new approaches to IT and embracing risk and its paying off in spades.
May 9th, 2016
To ease the obstacles associated with IT change, EMC has brought together a number of the most used and trusted technology vendors to create solutions that help government users realize the promise of EUC and BYOD without sacrificing the comfort and trust that IT teams have in their existing technologies.
April 21st, 2016
Software as a Service (SaaS) is revolutionizing the technical landscape in government, offering a new way for users to access computing applications. Between 2010 and 2015, the federal government spent nearly $26.1 billion on cloud computing and state and local governments spent over $640 million. As cloud computing continues to grow within the public sector, SaaS use will continue to increase alongside cloud adoption rates, offering improved access to critical business applications for all users in federal, state, and local governments nationwide.
- BasicGov, Citizen Experience, Citizen Service, Department of Energy, Salesforce, Software as a Service
April 18th, 2016
In order to achieve your organization’s goals, you must embrace and join the digital revolution. This includes dealing with cyber risk while striving to become more agile and developing more customer centric methodologies while also remaining workforce-minded for continued innovation.
April 13th, 2016
The mission of Treasury underscores its role as an overseer of U.S. economic and financial systems, and with tax day coming up, there will be increased focus on the department, the Internal Revenue Service in particular, and how their IT systems respond to peak usage.
April 12th, 2016
Technologies supporting financial organizations have a heavy load to bear. For this reason, financial organizations IT systems tend to be built with many different parts and more interconnected components than those of other markets.
April 5th, 2016
The 2016 Adobe Digital Government Assembly focused on “Delivering Digital Experiences that Matter.” While digital government is pushing the boundaries of innovation, the end goal is to better serve the community with secure, user-friendly interfaces and experiences for end-users.
- ADGA, Adobe, Adobe Digital Government Assembly, Citizen Engagement, Cloud, Digital Strategy, FedRAMP, Forms, Mobile Government, Open Source