Upcoming Webcasts

  • On Demand Video: 3 Myths of the Cloud

    Multicloud architectures allow the freedom to mix vendors and choose the best-fit delivery models as business needs dictate, so you can do more with all your data, innovate with new technologies quickly and keep your business secure. 07/20/2018

  • Engaging the Digital Citizen

    Citizen expectations are higher than ever these days. In this digital age, citizens expect the same online experience from government agencies that they have with on-line retailers and other private service providers. One way for agencies to meet the higher bar on citizen engagement is by laying out a solid framework for digital services across data centers, all networks and endpoints, and in cloud services. Establishing a capability for high-transaction volume, accuracy, and speed to deliver to citizens what they need when they need it is the ultimate goal. 06/07/2018


  • In the Cloud, Managing Identity can be a Breeze

    Until recently, agencies have been slow to move identity management of network users from on-premise processes to cloud-based solutions. That is changing. As agencies modernize and migrate more of their operations to cloud environments, identity management is finding its place in the cloud.

  • Optimizing Federal Data Center Operations and Management

    In this white paper you’ll learn the advantages of data center optimization, and a step by step process to get there. Also, how federal data center optimization can help improve agency efficiencies, lower costs, centralize and increase security, and scale for quicker, more robust performance.

  • IT Consolidation: What's Next for Government Modernization Initiatives?

    IT consolidation has been a high-priority federal initiative for years. While the value is clear, it’s critical for federal IT pros to understand a key piece of the equation: to realize the full value, agencies must also consolidate their ITOM tools.

  • Case Study: City of Fayetteville

    What if you could find out what animals needed attention at the animal shelter, which sporting equipment was used most frequently in the city gym, which parking garage spaces were available most often, and when traffic was the busiest around city hall — all in a matter of minutes, from anywhere? Although this may sound futuristic, government organizations, like the city of Fayetteville, are already using technology to solve for these questions, and much more.

  • With Help From GSA, Agencies Get IT Fit