While the IC’s research organization looks into adding security to cloud environments, in the here and now, intelligence agencies are sharing more data.
Sharing data can improve trust between agencies and minimize IT overlap.
Agencies have found ways for unauthorized software and hardware to meet their mission needs.
Open data from federal agencies helps promote transparency, collaboration and engagement.
By reducing hardware purchases and focusing on cloud solutions, federal agencies are able to reinvest time and money into their core mission.
Cyberthreats are inevitable, and agencies want to have a comprehensive plan of attack for the days and hours after.
By leaning on machine learning, the Defense Department believes it can find the data it needs faster.
Agencies begin preparation for the next stage of the Department of Homeland Security's key cybersecurity program.
Here’s how agencies can ensure they’re getting the most out of their data center dollars.
Rep. Will Hurd says the debate about using the cloud is over and further modernization should begin.
The 556dn produces pages quickly, and also gives users security and a photo-quality final product.
Intel's solid-state drive can improve performance in data centers and cut energy costs.
Agencies should keep tabs on their bandwidth and security requirements to facilitate a move to the cloud.
Agencies can enhance therapy and training with VR due to increased availability and lower price points.
Buy-in from employees is necessary for agencies to make significant improvements in IT.
Agencies won’t have much new funding in their upcoming budgets, but they must still find ways to update their IT.
Embracing new technologies and thinking differently can help feds save money.