Adopting a unified platform for data lifecycle management ensures that all data is available, secure, and ready to use.
Ensuring that data is fully available and accessible can be a major barrier for many agencies in achieving a truly data-driven culture.
To realize the full benefits of their massive and growing stores of data, government agencies need to think in new ways about data management. Rather than coming at data management strictly from a technology perspective, they need to look at how they can get that data into the hands of their decision-makers, according to twoRead… Read more »
When many top technologists and data scientists discuss what they do, the first words out of their mouths won’t be about the technical daily grind.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced both government and higher education to think more about remote data and other cybersecurity concerns.
Just like managing your heart health leads to a better life, managing data holistically means you’re in good shape for the long run.
On the journey to modern data centers, federal agencies have undoubtedly come across the advice to “tear down data storage silos.” Those are wise words, but how can agencies actually follow them?
In a world where data has grown about 430% in the past decade, can agencies secure their data goods and lower their risk effectively?
As you might guess, there are many challenges to getting value from big data. The main challenges are volume, velocity and variability, also called “the three Vs.”
At GovLoop’s virtual summit Wednesday, two experts spoke about how COVID-19 accelerated data collaboration, how it can unlock innovation in government and the biggest hurdles agencies face now.