Agencies can often use the equipment they have to experiment with artificial intelligence, but they may want to opt for high-performance computers for applications that need greater compute power and scalability.
Made up of people, devices, content and services, the intelligent digital mesh will be key to "delivering increasingly insightful digital services everywhere.”
The internet of things will strain existing networks, but edge data centers could help increase bandwidth and lower latency, a recent report says.
Bandwidth and connectivity have attracted data services and cloud providers to the Northern Virginia county that reaps a large tax return on its investment.
A cloud-neutral approach gives agencies a secure, dedicated infrastructure and the flexibility to bring in any cloud provider that meets their needs.
Agencies that optimize their data centers can do more with the resources they have and build an IT infrastructure that is more efficient, less costly to maintain and primed for the future.
As data center functionality moves to the field, data protection capabilities must adapt to address challenges posed by edge deployments.
Kentucky CIO Chuck Grindle is consolidating and streamlining operations as he fosters a cyber secure culture.
A hybrid IT approach would allow agencies to take advantage of the cloud while continuing to leverage the mainframe’s unique strengths.
Flash as-a-service can deliver high-performance storage in a flexible model for secure deployments optimized for government agencies.
A cloud-based platform for data sharing is giving auditors in the Department of Health and Human Services a major productivity boost.
Network monitoring tools can be used to forecast device scalability and threshold alerts, allowing managers to act on the information that sensors are sending out.