Check out what digital transformation means for the public sector, how the data deluge is adding to the complexity and how a segment of big data, called machine data, is offering opportunities to ride the digital transformation wave seamlessly and effectively.
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Promoting digital transformation is challenging if you don’t have the whole picture of what’s going on across the enterprise. Operational intelligence offers end-to-end visibility, allowing you to make data-driven decisions and take a more holistic approach to modernization.
Despite their different points of view, IT operations and security depend largely on the same information in carrying out their jobs. Failure to recognize common goals and to take advantage of the common resources creates a sub-optimal situation for both IT operations and security.
There is big potential for big data analytics to serve all areas of government. However, in order to do this government must use Operational Intelligence to support the three main public sector mission pillars: protect, serve, and grow. Learn how your agency can do this with Splunk’s real-time data platform.
Don’t let your data go to waste for one second more. Learn how one engine for machine-generated data is making your agencies data easier to collect, store, search and report on.
To understand why IT operations is so critical to the effectiveness of today’s public sector, you must first understand what IT operations is.
This post is an excerpt from GovLoop’s recent industry perspective. To read the full piece, click here. Splunk helps dozens of agencies combat cyberthreats. Here’s how the Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) uses it. Since 1917, NDOT has maintained, planned, constructed and operated the state’s highway system. Located in Carson City, the division employs more… Read more »
The following is an excerpt from our recent Industry Perspective, Why You Need Improved Operational Intelligence for Big Data, which you can read and download for free here. Insider threats present a unique challenge to government agencies, in part because what may be normal activity for one employee could be abnormal for another. In large… Read more »