By investing in enterprise-scale hybrid cloud, federal agencies, particularly DoD, can consolidate their workloads without cutting off resources and stifling application performance
José Padin, Public Sector Chief Technology Officer at Citrix, explained the expectations, advantages and side effects of implementing cloud services.
The Defense Department (DoD) has a new cloud strategy that focuses on the U.S. military having the edge over America’s adversaries on information.
How can cloud-based platforms help DoD attain new military readiness standards? GovLoop’s recent online training addressed those issues.
DoD needs modern technology that makes it easier for warfighters to access data and manage critical applications. Hybrid cloud fits that bill.
In the wake of the administration’s Cloud Smart strategy, VA is moving all of its existing applications to cloud and building all of its new applications to be cloud-ready.
In a super-connected world with ubiquitous technology, agencies must have a well–defined yet agile program to address and respond to cyber risks. That usually means moving many processes and tools into the cloud, but how do agencies do that effectively? For most agencies, the answer lies in partnership with FedRAMP-authorized providers
Last month, as a part of the Cloud Smart strategy, OMB released a draft of a new memo on the Data Center Optimization Initiative (DCOI). The memo seeks to maintain the overall goal of closing or consolidating data centers, based on a new definition. There are a number of new metrics in the memo around… Read more »
Agencies nationwide are benefiting from cloud amid tightening budgets, evolving demographics and rising pressure for better digital public services.
With the direction that government IT has been headed, it seems like every agency is fighting to get into the cloud. But how can an agency know if the cloud is actually right for them? And how can they make sure that they are as cost-efficient as possible while trying to take those next steps?