Federal employees and managers, and their industry partners need to consider how to make it all work from technology, people and security perspectives.
As agencies enter 2020, cybersecurity remains at the top of many agency and industry executives’ priority list.
Dan Fallon, the senior director of federal engineering for Nutanix, said the way to close many cybersecurity gaps is to adopt the concept of inherent security or secure by original design.
Chris Howard, the vice president of the U.S. public sector for Nutanix, said applications that benefit the most from cloud services are those that have spikes and troughs in their usage.
On the IT Innovation Insider, Jason Langone and Greg O’Connell of Nutanix say agencies must address security, governance and a host of other issues to successfully use data collected in the field in near-real time.
Nutanix CEO Dheeraj Pandey said velocity and agility requirements are causing agencies to change their technology delivery models through cloud and hyper-convergence.
Today and tomorrow, cloud services can help transform the warfighter’s ability to meet their mission in a safe and secure manner.
With October ushering in Cybersecurity Awareness Month, agencies and industry must remember that the challenges they face are among the most common for organizational and personal security.
A new survey from Nutanix of federal agencies found 20 percent of all respondents are using a multi-cloud approach, and of them,75 percent say it’s working well or very well.
On the IT Innovation Insider show, Nutanix details a new concept called “Freedom” that promotes agility and flexibility in the cloud.
Chris Howard, the vice president of public sector for the Nutanix, said agencies need help in managing dual cloud environments.