Even with policies to prevent virtual machine sprawl, IT managers should uses an automated approach that employs predictive analysis and reclamation capabilities.
To get the maximum value out of a cloud investment, agencies must ensure that the system is actually used.
As the volume of alerts continues to increase, eliminating false positives and developing new methods of handling them will become increasingly critical.
A platform that provides visibility into both IT operations and security will foster the collaboration needed for robust, secure federal networks.
These devices can address demanding environments, application-specific concerns as well as security and privacy issues facing government agencies.
Cybersecurity is a shared responsibility, requiring effective public/private partnerships to identify and address threats, vulnerabilities and overall risk.
Agencies can gain visibility and insight into their networks and infrastructure to ensure they are operating efficiently across the board.
Cloud providers haven't managed to completely persuade the government IT community that they can provide the necessary controls to ensure security and prove regulatory compliance.
Core infrastructure blocks of traditional middleware can collect, empower and disseminate information, provide insights to users and become the highway for moving data around.
State and local governments are using Microsoft Dynamics CRM to achieve cost savings, streamline operations and transform the delivery of citizen services.