Complexity and a lack of strategic planning undermine our government’s cybersecurity. The government does have the ability to protect our data and IT resources; what is needed is a strategic, risk-based program that prioritizes its most valuable assets.
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The public sector is seeing the most explosive data growth in human history, and it’s possible that this trend will continue to accelerate exponentially.
Given the resources that are in place or inherited, it’s no fault of their own that workforce and economic development staff are hampered in their efforts to productively deliver desired outcomes in services to regional citizens and business customers.
Overcoming challenges starts with understanding what high-performance computing is and what distinguishes this technology from other IT infrastructures already in place at federal agencies.
To understand the role of digital services, we first must understand what the term means. From there, we can understand how it transforms government.
Application intelligence provides deep insight into the application’s end-user experience by answering the question: How are users actually using and experiencing the application?
The proliferation of access points has added to the problem of keeping information safe. Now data is being accessed from remote work centers and employees’ homes or positions in the field, plus mobile devices and more. Here are four main access points to watch out for.
This blog post is an excerpt from GovLoop’s recent Industry Perspective (IP), Implementing a Truly Unified Communications Solution: A Step-by-Step Playbook. Download the IP here. “Without the institutional Army, the operational Army cannot function. Without the operational Army, the institutional Army has no purpose.” – United States Army Throughout the military, all branches are grappling with aRead… Read more »
The world of cybersecurity is immense. The jargon surrounding the subject is nearly as varied. Here are a few examples: There’s malware, damage, espionage, regulation, education, viruses, advanced persistent threats, partners, reputation insider threats – and that’s just a small sample. Adding to this complexity is a common disconnect between technology experts within the organization,Read… Read more »
Today, cloud computing offers government the opportunity to re-imagine how services are delivered. But a word to the wise: not all cloud platforms are created equal. Cloud solutions depend on both solving the right organizational problems and selecting the right kind of cloud offering. By doing so, you can enable your agency to fundamentally changeRead… Read more »