Unisys

  • Where is federal tech headed? Money points the way

    Big contractors scoop up smaller ones with big potential.

  • If zero trust is a mindset, here’s how to get into it

    In this interview, Mat Newfield goes in depth in the zero trust idea and what cyber people need to do to achieve a zero trust state.

  • Fresh advice for successful hybrid cloud deployments

    Federal agencies are no longer adopting cloud computing simply because of cloud-first policies or the need to reduce data centers.

  • The power of content in GovCon

    Patricia Davis-Muffett, director of Public Sector marketing for Amazon Web Services joins host Mark Amtower on this week’s Amtower Off Center for a wide ranging discussion of GovCon marketing. She also gives a preview of the upcoming AWS Public Sector Summit that begins on June 10th.

  • Turn biometrics into full identity intelligence

    Unisys defines identity intelligence like this: The compilation of digital knowledge and trust on an entity with biometric, biographic and relevant publicly available data about that entity.

  • TIGTA faults Unisys, IBM for delayed response to IRS Tax Day computer bug

    The IRS gets its second thumbs-up from oversight officials regarding its handling of this year’s Tax Day computer system glitch, but the agency and its watchdog office fault contractors for not doing more to mitigate the problem.

  • Federal CIOs: The challenges of digitization

    Mark Forman, vice president and Global Head of Public Sector for Unisys, joins host Mark Amtower on this week’s Amtower Off Center to discuss FITARA, the Internet of Things, and the top issues facing the CIO community. July 2, 2018

  • How micro-segmentation is securing the nation’s high-value critical assets

    Unisys Stealth is a leader in the emerging micro-segmentation field and built it for a unique DoD and Intel Community requirement.

  • It’s a good time to be a federal IT nerd

    Industry and former federal executives say the Trump administration’s plans for IT modernization have matured.

  • Join the Modernization Revolution: The Way Forward

    When it comes to protecting the government’s IT infrastructure from cyberattacks, conventional wisdom has long held that modernization of outdated legacy systems can be a key driver of improved security. The results of a survey released Sept. 6 challenged that conventional wisdom. The poll, conducted by Unisys found that a majority of federal IT leaders believe modernization efforts have increased, not decreased, their overall security challenges