Federal IT networks are under more pressure than ever before. Do federal managers have the IT services they need to effectively do their jobs? If not, how can agencies bring their IT infrastructure up to speed?
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Despite making progress bolstering cyber defenses in recent years, the federal government has been unable to keep up with a worsening threat environment. To help turn the tide, agencies will need to shift their security focus internally, to the data within.
Putting data in the hands of federal employees can help agencies translate government-wide mandates into meaningful savings and efficiency gains.
As agencies look to improve their digital services, how can they best apply recommendations from the White House's new U.S. Digital Services Playbook?
The Defense Department faces a pivotal period in its development of the Joint Information Environment and enterprise mobility. How do DoD leaders perceive these initiatives and what are the key challenges holding them back?
As agencies look to support and manage an unprecedented number of telework employees, what cultural and technological challenges do they face in ensuring communication?
DoD is ahead of the curve in continuous diagnostics & mitigation (CDM), but is its data infrastructure ready for the Three V's?
More than two thirds of federal IT spending goes to legacy system maintenance. How can agencies reduce this cost while meeting demands for more agile operations? The answer may lie in reassessing their network acquisition model.
Four in five federal end users are going outside their IT department for cloud services that can risk their security and skew their budgets. Why are they doing it, and what can your agency do to bring them back from the dark side?
As agencies simultaneously move to cloud solutions and secure their IT assets, they may consider how these two goals can be more effectively achieved in tandem.