Daniel Turissini, chief technology officer and chief information security officer of SolPass LLC, argues the federal government’s current approach to cybersecurity is too focused on analysis, containment and recovery, and not enough on prevention.
Karen Evans, former OMB administrator for e-government and IT, encourages federal executives to understand how this case could affect the public sector “Bring Your Own Device” space.
While everyone wants the government to be a good manager of public funds, a look behind the reverse auction curtain may find that not all is rosy in this world, says Larry Allen, president of Allen Federal Business Partners.
Greg Gardner of NetApp details four key strategies to making data center consolidation into a business and decision-making activity.
Simply ensuring offices have views to the outside, contain plants, receive adequate daylight or have nature-inspired art all help create a more inviting, healthy environment. Bill Browning offers tips on making your office a more productive place for employees by bringing the outside in.
Ensuring effective office space accommodations for people with disabilities necessitates increased understanding of what accommodations really are, says the Labor Department’s Jennifer Sheehy. And that starts with the words we use.
Ted Girard, vice president of Delphix Federal, makes the case for data-as-a-service as a way to ease the migration to public, private or hybrid cloud services.
Tyler Morris, director of product management for Iron Mountain Government Services, makes the case that better information security is attainable by establishing an information governance strategy.
Gunnar Hellekson, chief strategist for Red Hat’s U.S. public sector, writes that uniting developers and integrators will help agencies find success in the cloud.
Commentary: Giles Kesteloot, director of the Blackstone Technology Group, argues that in a complex multi-contract, multi-customer and multi-vendor cloud ecosystem someone has to oversee execution and manage expectations.