Deployed properly, cloud computing is a logical path toward greater efficiency, improved consistency and virtually limitless scalability. At the same time, determining where to use cloud can be complicated.
To help employees become more productive, agile, collaborative and effective wherever they work, agencies need to bring modern workflows to three key areas of work.
Like a person born without an immune system, operational technology (OT) existed and functioned in a bubble. That bubble is threatening to burst.
The infrastructure bills represent a huge opportunity for once-in-a-generation change for the greater good. Let’s do everything we can to do it securely.
Here is how your agency can anticipate and prepare for security regulations with a month-by-month look at what’s coming for the federal government.
Outputs are important, but they shouldn’t be the driver. Outcomes should be driving the outputs to be delivered.
Here are several reasons why culture can become a barrier when agencies do not build a culture of change within their workforces and how to fix this issue.
As part Satellite One, the military is looking at how DevSecOps and Kubernetes could enable the rapid delivery of software updates in space.
There’s a lot to consider when making the business case for migrating on-prem workloads to the cloud, but it’s a worthy case to make.
“Adaptive data governance shifts the onus from IT to a place of collaboration with business users, to enable people regardless of technical background to communicate around data to achieve outcomes with data.”