Data management is one of the biggest challenges agencies face. We take a look at a particular agency that wanted to reduce its reliance on tape storage.
Posts Tagged: storage
With all the talk about data storage it can be difficult to determine what kind of storage is best for your agency. Learn the differences between all-flash, disk-based or hybrid-flash storage and which one is best suited to meet your organization’s needs.
By adopting flash, data centers are able to capture resource efficiencies that allow them to host more IT services and store more data into the future.
To successfully manage a new data analytics program, the entire agency must be united behind common goals. With the right data and the right systems for maintenance, your agency can adopt reliable and game-changing solutions.
As police departments increasingly implement body worn camera and other video monitoring solutions they are having to confront what to do with the data that is gathered in these videos. Learn what the most cost effective storage methods are and which one is right for your agency.
Federal agencies are under great pressure to optimize infrastructure to better support mission performance and resilience. To do that, the engines that power information processing – the federal datacenters – need to leverage innovation to achieve speed, increase security, density and reduce power consumption.
In a recent GovLoop industry perspective, Pivot3 Federal Sales Engineer Matt Demas explained the basics of what hyper-convergence is and how it works. Put simply, “hyper-convergence is taking all the complexity of a data center and simplifying it into a box, where each functionality works as a building block,” Demas said. In traditional IT architectures,Read… Read more »
This blog post is an excerpt from GovLoop’s recent guide, Forecasting the Cloud: Eight Ways the Technology is Changing Government. To download the full guide, head here. Today, the latest buzzword in government agencies is data. The need to store data is continuing to grow at a rapid pace as agencies are finding new waysRead… Read more »
Stand By Soft is pleased to announce the release of MOOS Project Viewer version 3.1. The major feature in this version is the integration with Google DriveTM. Users can now also open Microsoft Project files that are stored on a Google Drive account and not just local files from their computers. The biggest advantage ofRead… Read more »
The Defense Information Systems Agency has delayed the release of a final solicitation for a potential $427 million enterprise storage contract. DISA now intends to release the request for proposals sometime after Sept. 30 after originally planning to start accepting bids July 16, DISA said in a Monday FedBizOpps notice. No official release date hasRead… Read more »