Is HCI the Real Deal?
Hyperconverged infrastructure fights the perception that it can’t measure up to traditional storage systems.
Watching the Watchers
New forms of biometric tracking technology can help agencies better understand how users are directing their attention.
Times Are Changing, but Maybe Your Passwords Shouldn’t
New research suggests federal IT leaders should rethink how they manage password security and authentication.
Army of One
With enhancements to security, performance and functionality, this light notebook enables agencies to do more with less.
The latest firewall consolidates a range of defensive services into a single interface, allowing agencies to do more with fewer resources.
Keep Your Network in Line
Agencies should know what is on their network to avoid sprawl and overspending on infrastructure.
The TIC-Tock of Cloud Security
Here are three tips feds should follow to ensure that Trusted Internet requirements are met as applications move to the cloud.
A Lockdown Alliance
Collaboration and modernization, Manfra believes, are the keys to preserving the internet in the face of attack.
Clouds on the Horizon
Cloud-based email offers federal agencies like the Justice Department and NOAA an introduction into the benefits of cloud computing.
Agencies can use Big Data to gain insights that help citizens and make their operations more efficient, but they must upgrade IT infrastructure to do so.
As the military seeks to take advantage of Internet of Things technology, it must also expand its defense of networked assets.
Agencies like the Government Accountability Office and State Department are turning to hyperconverged infrastructure to cut costs, reduce their data center footprints and improve service.
Keep IT Simple
As systems grow size and scope, solutions that reduce complexity are essential.
Mobility and security are priorities as agencies prepare for an influx of younger IT workers.