Event Date: March 20, 2019
Hosted By: VMware & Carahsoft
Location: Fort Meade, MD
Join VMware’s End User Computing and Virtual Networking teams and Carahsoft to discuss how to simply and securely deliver and manage any application on any device, from any location, including on-premise, public cloud, or hybrid cloud. VMware will show you how to provide security across your evolving digital workspace with capabilities that protect, detect, and remediate against modern-day threats, while meeting the stringent certification and accreditation requirements of the DoD. See how you can integrate identity based access control, application, and multi-platform endpoint management using a single platform, VMware’s Workspace ONE.
Listen to hear Alexander M. Holston, the Chief Medical Informatics Officer of the DoD, and Rob Sherry, the Senior Director of Federal Healthcare of VMware, discuss The Department of Defense’s military health care management system, GENESIS, and how it is an ambitious modernization project that aim...
Listen to hear cloud experts Trevor Wagnitz from VMware & Bruce Short from AWS discuss how the VMware and Amazon Web Services partnership will streamline migration to cloud for state and local government agencies.
By focusing on outcomes rather than actions, “value-based care" promises better patient outcomes at a lower cost. On the Healthcare IT Download podcast, senior healthcare strategist, Chris Logan, of VMware, spells out the challenges that providers face in moving toward this goal and how new techno...
Listen to this podcast to hear Melvin Greer, Chief Data Scientist for the Americas, Intel and Lee Caswell, Vice President of Products, Storage, and Availability, VMware discuss the benefits federal agencies have to gain by moving to high-performance, hyper-converged infrastructure.
Listen to this podcast to hear Matt Schneider, Senior Director, Government, Education, and Healthcare, VMware discuss how the principles of cloud computing can be applied to any agency's IT system even if it isn't ready to operate in a cloud-based environment.