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Governments at all levels are seeing the benefits of embracing open-source software to better deliver services to the public, a new report states.
Successfully modernizing application infrastructure is possible if agencies are meticulous about their plans and the problems they are trying to solve.
The Department of Homeland Security is testing counter-drone systems near agency facilities and ports, according to a recently released privacy impact assessment.
A well-designed cloud workspace infrastructure capable of not only scaling quickly but delivering a secure user experience can mean the difference between essential services continuity and a stutter step of execution problems.
Citizens who are now learning to pay bills online, watch public meetings from the comfort of home and access public documents from their mobile device will not be willing to return to a life of rush-hour commutes, long lines, printers, ink and stamps.
If maximum telework becomes the norm for government agencies, it is likely to impact every area of business from network infrastructure to security clearances.
As agencies are increase cloud adoption, shift IT practices to respond the pandemic and continue to face persistent cyber adversaries, they should implement a holistic framework for a zero-trust architecture that will give them greater cloud security.
The Food and Drug Administration is considering new approaches for delivering IT infrastructure, and the Department of Homeland Security is inching closer to making good on a long promised data center consolidation plan.
The Defense Information Systems Agency is looking for a cloud developer to help it deploy infrastructure-as-code capabilities so it can automate configuration for multiple missions in one or more cloud environments.
Assured Workloads for Government is a secure cloud platform the company says will give agencies more feature options and better security than traditional government clouds.
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