Government needs to provide both its employees and the public with modernized online experiences, including on-demand access to data and services. But facing an array of challenges, how can agencies deliver what they should? An innovative, “single pane of glass” approach gives states the ability to let people easily access resources from multiple agencies and… Read more »
Agencies need the ability to manage their data seamlessly, whether it’s on premises or in the cloud, in order to take advantage of innovative opportunities. A solution known as an open source relationship database management system (RDBMS) can help.
Federal agencies often lack the financial resources to pay for IT modernization expenditures up front, despite the long-term cost savings of that approach. Instead, agencies are relying on on-demand consumption models that deliver simplified and predictable pricing.
Agencies have a choice beyond on-prem and public/private/hybrid cloud operations that offers the best of both worlds: on-demand, single-tenant architecture.
Moving data to the cloud helps eliminate silos that can make constituent services both fragmented and frustrating.
When it comes to cybersecurity, “The question is not will you be attacked, but what will be the consequence.” Here’s how to prepare.
Agencies have plenty of data they can use to detect cyber threats. The trick is using it without breaking the budget.
Supply chain cyber attacks are escalating. Vendors that can help remove weak links and defend against incursions are essential.
Cybersecurity solutions based on perimeter defense are no longer adequate. Cloud, the explosion of IoT endpoints, and telework call for zero trust.
Configuration management is critical to cloud security because many products come with default settings that do not provide adequate security.