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Automation tools make it easier for cybersecurity professionals to enforce security best practices and meet internal and external security mandates.
For cloud, one size fits all cannot effectively meet the mission and requirements of the public sector.
Cloud computing can fundamentally change the way government delivers its mission. Understanding the capabilities of the cloud is a good start, but the hard work begins when agencies have to figure out how to harness public cloud. That’s where things can get complicated.
The DoD faces a set of challenges unique to it as an organization, that makes accessing, storing and moving its data ever more complicated.
There are five steps that can help agencies better navigate challenges and benefit from IT modernization and consolidation.
With a pace-layered strategy for smarter deployments, innovative contracts for easier procurement and flexibility in managing networks, federal agencies can truly begin to tackle IT modernization.
To establish a baseline view of how governments are using social media—and the results they’re seeing—we polled the GovLoop community of government professionals on a variety of topics.
The only way for employees to get left behind is failure to embrace the change that comes with cloud. That’s why agencies need to position themselves to adapt for the long term.
By taking a strategic approach to multi-cloud management, federal agencies can achieve success in three critical areas of cloud: security, visibility and automation.