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Learn why network modernization is the key to updating IT systems in government. Find out what common challenges agencies face when improving systems and how three experts suggest overcoming obstacles to innovation.
What does it take to protect your agency’s network? Here are the five things you need to in place to avoid becoming the next ransomware casualty.
This blog post is an excerpt from our recent report, Software-Defined Networking: Keeping Pace With Network Complexity In The Public Sector. Download the full report here. When it comes to software-defined networking, Force 3’s experts explain the concept—including its relevance to customers and the best practices for adoption—using four principles. These guidelines provide insight into the… Read more »
Network modernization is more than a buzzword. It is a real, mission-critical endeavor central to the goals of every federal agency. It is also one that, if left ignored, will have huge ramifications. Federal networks are in need of a major overhaul. Emerging technologies like cloud computing, big data, the Internet of Things, and mobility… Read more »
I have lost 30 pounds in the last year and I am halfway to my goal. I had more success in the beginning, but backpedaled because I continued get the same results. Recently, I realized I needed to stop riding the weight loss roller coaster. Working with a personal trainer has helped me focus on… Read more »
Over the course of 10 years, Seattle has studied the possibility of creating a municipal-run broadband network seven times, most recently this year. Although it was determined in June that the cost would be lower than expected (somewhere in the range of $463 million to $630 million), city officials again rejected the idea, citing barriers… Read more »
Let’s think a bit about social capital, and what it might mean for your organization. Per Wikipedia: In sociology, social capital is the expected collective or economic benefits derived from the preferential treatment and cooperation between individuals and groups. Although different social sciences emphasize different aspects of social capital, they tend to share the core… Read more »
It has been almost five years since the federal government launched the Federal Data Center Consolidation Initiative (FDCCI). The initiative called for agencies to reduce the government’s 3,100 data centers by 40 percent. This effort was anticipated to save the federal government as much as $5 billion by 2015. However, instead of moving steadily towards achieving these… Read more »
Oftentimes, getting the job comes down to building relationships. One way I did this early on in my postal career was to seek out ways in which I could showcase other people and their talent. Late Motivational Speaker Zig Ziglar was often quoted as saying, “You can get everything you want in life, if you… Read more »