As more data is collected and shared, backup becomes more difficult — and more important. A single approach can reduce complexity and improve security.
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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.
Whether in planes, jeeps, portable shelters or on the battlefield, missions must be accomplished regardless of obstacles.
“If you don’t have visibility of what you have in the public cloud, you can get sticker shock. You’re invoiced at the end of the month and you ask yourself, ‘Why is this costing so much?’”
On the journey to modern data centers, federal agencies have undoubtedly come across the advice to “tear down data storage silos.” Those are wise words, but how can agencies actually follow them?
For many organizations, much of their important data exists at the edge of the network. Is your agency ready to take advantage of it?
For the City of Sparks, Nevada, the first two weeks of remote work hurt a little.
The COVID-19 pandemic has taught organizations ranging from the Air Force to Dell valuable lessons about working remotely.
These tips will help agencies at every level keep their sensitive citizen data safe from major cyberthreats such as ransomare.
Data fuels the federal government’s mission, who are working to harness the power of data, the cloud has proven to be an effective repository for backups.