In this exclusive executive briefing, IT specialists discuss how federal agencies are approaching cloud computing.
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But like large agencies, small ones still have to be able to take advantage of the technologies like cloud and emerging ones like machine learning or robotics process automation to modernize their services and improve their cyber postures.
In this Expert Edition: Federal Cloud Report, we report on imminent improvements to FedRAMP’s authorization process and why the Senate wants to give the Homeland Security Department even more money to use cloud providers to consolidate data centers.
The adoption of a hybrid cloud model leads agencies down the path of creating an approach to security that is based on the zero trust model, where identity management helps define who has access and how that access is defined to specific data and applications.
Modernizing government data centers is a journey, and agencies now are ready for the next step: Migrating applications to new virtual environments.
It’s been almost eight years since the Office of Management and Budget kicked off its latest data center consolidation and optimization initiative.
When disaster strikes, first responders rely on data and communications to understand crises and make lifesaving decisions. Mobile security solutions and cloud computing are modern solutions that help first responders keep communities safe.
Moving any enterprise to the cloud presents new challenges, particularly as data is moved off-premises. Over the last seven-plus years, agencies have faced many of those challenges as they decided what type of services in the cloud to implement.