Nicholas Andersen, chief information security officer, Public Sector at Lumen Technologies, joined host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk to discuss cybersecurity in today’s rapidly changing federal environment.
Since last year, the Labor Department has adjusted its approach to collaboration while the Air Force is using more virtual and augmented reality.
The Bureau of the Fiscal Service is focused on simplifying its data footprint to make its data more secure while also applying more security to it.
Siloed teams, inefficient legacy systems, massive amounts of data and unique customer needs await any agency embarking on the journey.
Nicholas Speece, chief federal technologist at Snowflake, joined host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk to discuss how Snowflake is using the Data Cloud to change the way companies and federal agencies approach data management.
DHS Chief Information Officer Eric Hysen said the much-anticipated Cyber Talent Management System will serve as the driving force behind his top-tier priority of investing in the department’s IT workforce.
Accelerating data readiness at agencies requires the right balance of integration, governance and workflow automation. By focusing on these strategies, federal leaders will ensure their data is easier to discover and prepare.
The Navy, along with the other armed forces, has been working to modernize its data and communications networks under a DoD plan known as the Joint All-Domain Command and Control System (JADC2).
Not all agencies have invested the time and resources, nor possess the skillsets required, to implement data platforms. Managed Platform-as-a-Service (MPaaS) is a way for these agencies to accelerate the journey to unfettered data access.
Jeremy Hogg, vice president of Public Sector Sales at Kofax, joined host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk to discuss whether your agency is a candidate for robotic process automation.
With the increase in data demands and rising threats, government data centers face massive expectations to scale and rework their data infrastructure.
Michael Acton, vice president of Solutions at ARRAY Information Technology, joins host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk to discuss the challenges of managing data for the Department of Defense.
The federal government is coming around to the importance of data, and is in the process of making a significant amount of policy around how to fully leverage it. Not least among this new policy is the Defense Department’s five new “data decrees,” set out in a memo signed by Deputy Defense Secretary Kathleen Hicks in May. The memo, among other things, creates a data council for all DoD components to coordinate their activities, and to increase data sharing among the components.
Presidio Federal General Manager Clara Conti, and Chief Technology Officer Craig Heartwell, join host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk to explain how their company can assist the federal government in its modernization challenges.