Rugged tablets offer a secure and cost-effective solution for employees in the field -- but only if the IT staff chooses carefully.
Cloud-based shared services could be the best place for many agencies to start.
New automation approaches solve common agency problems in the move from paper to digital.
Hybrid cloud gives agencies a way to leverage existing investments in applications and infrastructure without rearchitecting for a public cloud infrastructure that is radically different from what is in place today.
Agencies get a faster, more efficient network, while federal IT professionals get more time, fewer headaches and assurance that their network is secure, up to standards and operating 24/7.
Project management as a service helps agencies reduce capital expenditures and gives holistic and real-time access to the state of a program or project.
An upgrade to a chip-and-PIN cards for Social Security, Medicare and employment verification would enhance personal privacy, secure identities and prevent fraud.
Agencies need to protect systems from software vulnerabilities that compromise availability, integrity and security.
To uncover the root cause of application performance issues, IT pros must look at database performance from an end-to-end perspective.
Though we may be years away from significant adoption, it’s important for government agencies to begin incorporating wearables into their security planning now.