A cloud-centric infrastructure is flexible enough to enable government organizations to manage and access critical decision-making data for less in an environment that is secure, modern and reliable.
By hunting down and disabling older, single-function apps, agencies can better protect app users and deliver citizen services.
Agencies that focus on a governance-based identity and access management strategy can protect against the full range of identity-centered attacks.
KVM technology streamlined operators’ work environment by allowing them to control multiple, remote computers.
As states move to electronic benefits transfer systems, they should look for experienced partners that can help them provide a secure, customer-focused system before the 2020 federal mandate deadline.
As public safety agencies capture and store more digital evidence, they should consider moving to an enterprise-class open storage and compute platform.
A successful hybrid cloud gives agencies the flexibility to change quickly how their data is stored.
Clarifications to the draft Federal Sourcing Policy would ensure that government-off-the-shelf solutions are not encouraged over commercial solutions.
Performance.gov might be abandoned by the next president, but agencies have the tools (and responsibility) to publish open and machine-readable performance plans themselves.
Measuring software development at each phase of the acquisition life cycle can help government IT program managers make more objective, quantitative decisions.