Federal agency operations today consist of digital interactions between employees, citizens, constituents, and machines on countless smartphones, tablets, laptops, desktops, and back-end systems. This frenzy of digital activity, enabled by software applications, is essential to mission success and operational effectiveness.
When a natural disaster or other urgent event develops, there isn’t much time to plan how your city or county will react, and even less time to communicate these actions to a concerned public. The Blackboard Connect™ Playbooks for Local and State Government series provides you with a blueprint for how to communicate with constituents before, during, and after such events.
This tech brief covers the components of achieving a robust security posture.
Red Hat’s open and trusted data platform provides the flexibility and cross-agency access to achieve mission success.
Through 2020, Federal agencies had to scale infrastructure and technology to meet telework demands overnight. Many agencies entered a hybrid workforce – with employees resuming mission critical responsibilities from both the office and at home. Essential services, such as unemployment insurance, healthcare IT, and relief efforts, all needed to continue with many teams working overtime to meet increased demand.
Demands on Federal agencies today are greater than perhaps ever before. Innovation and modernization are essential to transform processes, grow capabilities, and speed time to delivery. IT shops are at the center of agency transformation efforts.
The public sector’s uptake of technology is notoriously sluggish: Government agencies often lag years behind their private-sector counterparts in adopting new digital ways of working. However, now that citizens around the world engage with technology in all aspects of their daily lives, governments are facing increased pressure to overhaul outdated systems and accelerate their own digital transformations.
Download this white paper that highlights the impact of digital disruption on finance organizations, how modern technology can support, and is in fact required, to the further transformation of finance.
For many organizations, breaking through the traditional month-end reporting cycles to take action “mid-stream” to drive continuous performance improvement is a requirement to survive and thrive. In short, modern Finance organizations need to lead at speed.
In this report, we explore a topic that is gaining interest with IT leaders looking to do more with their data in the face of budget and resource constraints: Data Management as a Service, or DMaaS. A DMaaS solution provides the following through one vendor: backup & recovery, disaster recovery, archiving, file & object services, dev/test provisioning, data governance and security. This model eliminates the need to work with multiple providers and solutions for SaaS-based data management.
With outdated technology, patched legacy systems, and internal silos, agencies need a better IT modernization strategy.
Download this report to see how the Falcon Platform’s security capabilities, functions and features can assist organizations in achieving CMMC certification Level 1 through Level 5.
Practical steps for creating a remote workforce strategy.
While perimeter security remains important, the routers, firewalls, and intrusion detection systems that protect network access are no longer sufficient against bad actors.