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Pushing the document and data management envelope

Agencies view cloud as a secure pathway to tackle legacy silos, tap AI and expand data sharing. Discover initiatives underway at the Fiscal Service, IRS, Interpol National Central Bureau, U.S. Courts and more.


Red River 2022 Data Storage Trends

2022 brings with it an extraordinary amount of data. It’s believed that the world is now producing and consuming close to 100 zetabytes of data every year. How are companies managing this data? How can companies glean actionable insights from the data they have — and secure and protect the data that they need? Find out in this ebook.

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Red River Benefits of IT Modernization

Updating IT infrastructure and server deployments can make the Federal government more efficient and cost-effective. Private businesses are increasingly adopting remote and hybrid workforces, which makes them more attractive places to work for many employees. Federal agencies may struggle to attract or retain top talent with clunky, outdated hardware and software.

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Red River Data Protection in 2022 and Beyond

As threats become more sophisticated, data stores larger, and technology standards evolve, agencies need to keep pace to strengthen their security posture and mitigate risk. A great place to start is by taking a look at the data protection challenges facing security professionals and the cybersecurity trends driving investments in the U.S. Federal sector.

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Red River The Benefits of Hyperconverged Infrastructure (HCI) for Federal Agencies

As data storage and management becomes more costly and complex, many organizations, including Federal agencies, are moving toward hyperconverged infrastructures vs. converged infrastructures. Hyperconverged infrastructures can provide answers to the “big data” problem, increasing data accessibility while also reducing costs. But, of course, a hyperconverged infrastructure still comes with some potential challenges and drawbacks.

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Shifting AI into high gear

The new Chief Digital and AI Office has plans to make AI development and buying more agile at DoD. Get details on these efforts and also learn about use cases in the Army, the U.S. Special Operations Command and Veterans Affairs.


Securing software through its entire lifecycle

Agencies must consider a host of factors — security, user experience, culture and overall integration — to create a successful software development process. In this executive briefing, we find out how three agencies overcame the challenges and moved to DevSecOps.

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Tips and Tactics from Zero Trust Cyber Exchange

Our new ebook includes key pointers and lessons learned shared by more than two dozen federal and industry cyber leaders during our Zero Trust Cyber Exchange. Download it now.


The Future of Edge Computing at DoD

We talk with teams across DoD working toward the goal of making edge computing not only safe but fast and manageable. In this exclusive ebook, we offer a snapshot of the types of efforts taking place departmentwide to modernize network operations.


The Future of Federal Cyber

Cultural change may be one of the bigger challenges of shifting your cybersecurity model to a zero trust architecture. We share how IT and security leaders in both civilian and defense agencies are tackling that and more in our new ebook.


Agencies Lean Into Sustainability

Agencies are embracing sustainability on multiple fronts as they work to mitigate climate risks and meet the administration’s environmental goals. This ebook takes a look at efforts across government to hit net-zero milestones and how OMB will measure success.


Pathway to FADGI Compliance

Where are you on the path to FADGI compliance? A deadline to shift from paper to electronic records, as mandated by NARA and OMB, underscores the need for agencies to implement a broad digitization strategy. Download our exclusive ebook for expert advice on how to do that from EPA, GPO, the Library of Congress and NARA.