As the landscape of war changes, the DoD must adapt with it. In order to do this, the Department is making changes in the way it approaches technology, the workforce, and overall operations.
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As new threats against the homeland develop, the DoD must expand on its traditional capabilities to effectively counter these threats. In order to reduce vulnerabilities at the Department, technology, workforce, and operations innovation must occur.
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.
Updating agencies' legacy systems is hard but it doesn't have to be. Adobe is working along side agencies to help them reimagine their digital strategies and innovate in ways that enhance connected experiences.
The landscape of war is shifting from physical threats to cyber ones. Fortunately, Government Acquisitions is helping the DoD and other agencies identify, target and eliminate these new threats.
Some agencies are stuck in the middle of IT modernization. Unfortunately, relying on both legacy systems and new infrastructure can leave systems vulnerable. Learn how SolarWinds can help update and secure your agency's systems.
Often times looking at our own to-do lists is overwhelming and anxiety inducing. Imagine trying to run a whole agencies' to-do list. Fortunately, Alfresco offers a new efficient and effective approach to task management that can help get you and your agency on task and keep you there.
End-to-end network security is necessary to keep an agencies' data secure and is critical in countering cyberthreats. Learn how the DoD is adopting the architectural approach to cybersecurity with the help of Cisco.
Are your printers secure? This question probably isn't something you are thinking about often, but it should be. Learn how HP is helping the DoD lock down their printers.