Army Corps CIO believes investing in software as a service will speed up IT modernization and promote more agility in the changes that are made within an agency
Too much data is often a deterrence for agencies making the mission of integrating info in a cloud environment even more important.
For the DoD, AI and machine learning in the cloud have the potential to do more than just basic back-office work.
Rod Turk, the acting chief information officer at Commerce, said about 55 IT workers have taken acquisition-related training over the past year.
Keith Johnson, chief technology officer and chief engineer for Leidos’ Defense and Intelligence Group joined Federal News Radio to share insights in the areas of cost, analysis and user experience in the cloud.
DoD’s next moves toward cloud computing are also likely to demand a broader rethinking of its approach to network security and identity management.
When thinking about future trends, it’s important to have a strong understanding of the important innovations impacting most sectors, and pair that understanding with an intuition around what impacts those innovations will have to most organizations in 2018.
Kevin Cunningham, chief strategy officer and founder of SailPoint, suggested that a comprehensive identity management system allows for granular control of access to critical information.
It’s been almost eight years since the Office of Management and Budget kicked off its latest data center consolidation and optimization initiative.
The Trump administration is making a major push for agencies to consolidate back-office systems and make them more efficient through these shared resources.