May 20, 2014Underwritten by AT&T To help achieve its ambitious audit readiness goals, the Pentagon can enhance awareness of mission critical assets through M2M.
May 20, 2014Underwritten by AT&T The real-time data and analytics provided by M2M can empower agencies to act quickly and more effectively achieve their missions.
May 8, 2014Underwritten by SAP For federal agencies, the move to a next-generation real-time analytics platform could mean the difference between being overwhelmed with health data and being part of the next major medical breakthrough.
May 7, 2014Underwritten by Symantec After 2013 saw incredible growth in the number of insider threats, federal agencies are scrambling to find technological solutions to bolster information security.
April 28, 2014Underwritten by SAP To address its financial management challenges and achieve audit readiness by 2017, the Pentagon requires technologies capable of processing and analyzing data in real-time.
April 15, 2014Underwritten by AT&T As the military rebalances and redeploys to prepare for a new era of defense, collecting information on mission-critical assets is increasingly important.
April 15, 2014Underwritten by AT&T Information collection is becoming increasingly important to program management, compliance, and performance monitoring across federal agencies, but federal leaders indicates serious challenges to improving collection.
April 15, 2014Underwritten by AT&T From military vehicles and weapons systems to federal facilities and utilities, information collection is increasingly essential for federal agencies' missions. To achieve their ambitious goals, ranging from Pentagon audit-readiness to sustainable infrastructure, agencies will need to boost information collection capabilities.
April 14, 2014Underwritten by AT&T information on equipment, facilities, utilities, vehicles, and other assets has never been more important for agency mission execution, but it is often difficult to find or hard to reach. To make information collection more efficient and effective, federal agencies can take advantage of existing communication technologies.