Technological change happens quickly, and training the next wave of tech workers should be no different. It has to start planning for a new generation now.
For IT departments with static budgets and siloed purchasing leadership, meeting these demands can feel impossible. Yet higher education must find ways to leverage innovative new technologies to meet the demands of today. How do they do that?
New technology is changing the way that HR professionals do their job, but human values and connection are still the most important part of the workplace.
Regardless of which role you play, the IT infrastructure is a key component in your city and your residents rely on you to protect, maintain, and improve it.
When you’re looking for new ways to solve tough problems, a hackathon might be your answer.
Partnered cloud and data center solutions offer federal agencies a way to meet the innovation demands of our digital era, without breaking budgets or overtaxing IT departments.
Rapid prototyping is a process that quickly develops, experiments with, and learns how software technologies might further prove that a concept is advantageous for a mission, business, or user. It is about accepting and embracing an uncertain world that rapidly evolves – and for software systems to rapidly evolve with it.
Ransomware is a malicious software that freezes computers and computer-controlled equipment until the victim pays a ransom to the executor.
One important tool in the arsenal of federal and state government agencies looking to fight the opioid crisis are prescription drug monitoring programs (PDMPs).
federal agencies must innovate the way they leverage IT to keep pace with the demands of today. To do that, many agencies have turned away from traditional IT models to embrace software-defined data centers.