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While a new year can bring about hope for change in many government happenings, there are still open ends from 2016 that will need to be refocused on in this next year.
Threats to critical infrastructure come in every shape and size. Physical threats from malicious actors and environmental instability are always concerns, while threats in cyberspace are mounting every day. Add onto those risks the fact that government funds are diminishing while critical assets are aging, and the challenge of maintaining security can seem overwhelming.
The digital transformation of government has begun. The major driving forces in this transformation are cloud, mobility, big data analytics, the Internet of Things – and respective security concerns. Learn how your agency can get ready for the digital future.
If you wander into the new IT landscape and need orientation, you’re not alone. How do we navigate this new environment so that we can get the programs we need? Let’s connect the dots.
Learn what hyperconvergence is and how it can help your agency increase operational and IT efficiency.
For federal agencies, the crux of an effective cybersecurity strategy is both obvious and challenging: a valid, enforceable security policy. But what does that kind of strategy look like, and how do you achieve it?
To fully understand and embrace the end-user’s perspective, agency leaders should apply agile methodologies and analytics to create an echo chamber of success stories and lessons learned transcending the borders of each agency.
Cultivating a community on LinkedIn can certainly be a challenge. A great way to increase your engagement with the wider government IT community is by joining the right groups.
The legacy infrastructure supporting IT functions has often been resilient. And to its credit, it often demands little attention, allowing for a level of complacency. But with this complacency comes risk.