The agency wants to make the Department of Defense Information Network more efficient by standardizing tools and improving cloud compatibility.
A data warehouse of administrative information from state and local agencies will make it easier for policymakers to research issues from education and criminal justice to social services and labor.
For the University of Maryland University College, data center consolidation and cloud migration was made easier with hybrid network monitoring.
Sensor-based monitoring and more efficient storage technologies will help agencies achieve the savings called for by the Data Center Optimization Initiative.
By embracing open-source software and cloud computing, agencies can cut their software waste and redirect that money into innovation and customer service.
By adopting data center infrastructure management and power usage effectiveness solutions, agencies can get ahead of optimization mandates.
Organizational flexibility, encryption and automation will help network administrators better manage security as data centers shrink.
Data center infrastructure management software can help facilities managers meet new energy efficiency targets under the Data Center Optimization Initiative.
Will embracing flash storage drives help the Department of Defense optimize its data centers?
Data center infrastructure management software automates facility monitoring and management, helping federal data center managers meet the goals of the Data Center Optimization Initiative.
What started as a video storage solution for the Bergen County Sheriff’s Office expanded to virtual desktop infrastructure and will soon include hyperconverged infrastructure.
Solutions that neatly aggregate an agency’s preferred metrics deliver better availability, security and performance.
Agencies have already leveraged hyper-converged infrastructure for sharing storage, virtual desktop infrastructure and workload consolidation.
Federal IT purchasing needs more room for innovation.