In today’s Federal Newscast, with more federal employees working from home due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the National Institute of Standards and Technology gives advice on how to keep virtual meetings secure.
Craig Stevenson, founder of HyperQube Technologies, discusses the ethics of hacking and why virtualization is an important tool with wide-reaching applications and implications for the local economy.
As government IT seeks ways to be more innovative and responsive to keep up with increasing workloads and demands, open hybrid cloud offers hope as a means to meet growing mission challenges.
Let’s start by asking a simple question: Where does your agency want to be from a technology perspective, from a citizen services perspective by 2020?
Chris Howard, vice president of Federal at Nutanix, joins host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk to discuss virtualization and how it can help agencies reduce cost and improve security. December 6, 2016
George Holland, the vice president of federal strategy and business development for Juniper Networks, says virtualization and the cloud give agencies opportunities to do more with less.
Chuck Sackley, a senior vice president, North America industry sales verticals at Unify, makes the case that technologies such as cloud and VOIP is making it easier to update agency networks.
When the Defense Department announced its plan to upgrade most of its computers to Windows 10 by 2017, the Marine Corps, characteristically, said it would go first. But the smallest of the Defense services has run into problems.
The Intelligence and National Security Alliance convened a breakfast forum to host the panel discussion, “Virtualization in Collaborative Information Sharing Environment” to discuss the benefits of virtualization and how the public and private sectors can best work together to share information.
Prodded by an earlier pilot project with the Joint Staff, the Army is moving aggressively to replace thousands of desktop computers at the Pentagon with zero client hardware. The project should be completed by the end of 2015.