By fully using cloud and mobility services, organizations prepare for the next phase of government operations and take advantage of all that technology has to offer.
Overcoming challenges starts with understanding what high-performance computing is and what distinguishes this technology from other IT infrastructures already in place at federal agencies.
Hybrid IT can actually benefit government agencies in many areas. Let’s take a look at how this can work.
In an exciting progression of our IBM Cloud announcement in February, the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) has recently provided IBM with a full Provisional Authorization for the IBM Cloud Managed Services for Government (CMSG) Department of Defense (DoD) Cloud Service Offering through August of 2019. This update extends IBM’s previous authorization, and enables theRead… Read more »
In surveying 116 public sector IT professionals, we found that agencies are actively moving much of their infrastructure to the cloud, while still keeping a significant number of applications in-house.
There is still a great deal of confusion about the real-world advantages and practical uses of cloud-based data analytics. Here are key benefits that we see on the field every day.
Without the right support, making the most of the Internet of Things (IoT) can be a challenge. Even if devices are capable of sharing data, establishing a secure and effective network to collect and evaluate data is rarely easy.
Many government agencies, including the DoD, are still trying to figure out how to most efficiently migrate to the cloud. Commercial cloud models are one solution to migration problems. Check out GTRI’s tailored cloud transition plan and how they’re helping agencies with their transition process.
Is your organization ready to make the jump and modernize but you are not quite sure how to go about it? Get some advice from service providers and govies who have already gone through modernization to learn how you can prepare for the digital future.
It’s just what the doctor didn’t order, but hybrid IT inevitably brings even greater network management complexity.