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 Federal agencies may struggle to attract or retain top talent with clunky, outdated hardware and software.
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.
The buying season is in full swing, and agencies are feeling pressure because the fiscal 2022 budget wasn’t passed until mid-March. We talk to industry tech experts to find out what’s on agencies’ last-minute IT shopping lists this year — and why.
By standardizing its support IT services with Affigent and Dell, the Air Force was able to reduce networking hiccups and centralize support services for all its bases. Read more now.
About a third of all cyber incidents federal agencies faced last year were unknown or outside the typical spam, phishing or web authentication vectors. The Office of Management and Budget says the prevalence of this attack vector suggests additional steps should be taken to ensure agencies appropriately categorize the vector of incidents during reporting.
This exclusive ebook details how some agencies are applying automation to their mission areas and finding better results.
Artificial intelligence is a powerful technology, but it’s not a magic salve you can apply to a process to make it better. If anything, AI – and the related machine learning, robotic process automation and even data analytics technologies – requires more attention than ever to an eternal basic of information technology deployment.
Managing artificial and machine learning application projects is in large measure a matter of managing data connected to them. Not only curating data, but also storing it and moving it around consistent with optimal availability cost control. Therefore, it’s important for agencies to spend some effort designing the infrastructures for systems hosting AI development and training data.
Cloud Smart is about putting data “where it is of most value and also where it’s most accessible and usable from a performance perspective,” Krejcik said during an interview on Innovation in Government, a show sponsored by Carahsoft. Manage your data, manage your workload.
As federal agencies mature in the way they use commercial cloud computing services, among the discoveries are new ways of going hybrid, or using government-owned data centers in conjunction with cloud services. Among these discoveries,…
Federal News Network and several leading IT vendors led by Iron Bow discussed mission delivery in multi-cloud environments with a panel of federal IT practitioners.
Large swaths of the federal workforce are still out on mandatory telework because of the coronavirus, but the government could save billions of dollars each year if agencies continued to embrace work-from-home options even after the pandemic.
The future of computing is at the edge. That is becoming clearer every day.
Federal News Network and Dell Technologies convened a panel of federal experts to explore video data analysis in law enforcement and national security.