A Penny Saved Is a Penny Gained
Policymakers are increasingly interested in a technology fund as a way to pay for digital transformation efforts.
Ask Once and Only Once
Outsourcing identity management can help agencies enhance security, efficiency and user experience.
Backup on Track
With only a few clicks, agency tech staffs can set the backup jobs they need.
Bring Home the Beacon
New Internet of Things beacon technology might be a more resilient and more accurate way for federal agencies to help track users’ location.
Worth the Wait
With Dell’s first update of the model in two years, the OptiPlex 7050 offers plenty of power and opportunities for expansion.
If You Want to See These Files Again …
Feds can turn to endpoint protection, patch management, whitelisting to stay free of malware.
Now You’re Talking!
Agencies can get more from enterprise social software if leaders manage security and think about integration ahead of time.
Halt! Who Goes There?
Data loss prevention technology can help agencies block insider threats with the right approach to deploying the solutions.
A Means to an Endpoint
Endpoint protection is a priority for security professionals who need to lock down agencies' devices.
The Next Wi-Fi Revolution
Wireless networking is popping up in a place employees never expected to find it: federal buildings.
With Windows 10 and Software as a Service, feds work to keep their systems perpetually up to date.
The Navy, Air Force and Marines use tablets to improve training for recruits, reduce the usage of paper forms and even keep soldiers safe on the battlefield.
Let the Computer Handle That
IT leaders need to determine where and how automation can take care of routine or mundane tasks, and then how to best redeploy resources that are freed up.
Nothing as It Seems
Deception technology can help agencies thwart breaches and catch attackers before they cover their tracks.