Mind the Gaps
Trying to choose between penetration tests or vulnerability scans for your agency? These five questions can guide your decision.
A Growth Industry
The Agriculture Department is planting the seeds of efficient IT modernization for other agencies, and CIO Gary Washington is guiding his agency along that important path.
By Invitation Only
Allowing the use of only trusted applications — instead of blocking only known threats — can prevent malware from entering an agency's network.
Designed for apps that do incredible amounts of processing, this workstation handles nearly any nonsupercomputing task.
At Your Service
Automated processes take care of customers’ basic needs at agencies, allowing workers to help with more complicated issues.
Open to Everyone
Section 508 provides guidelines on making federal websites and information systems available to disabled users.
Features include high-efficiency snapshots, clones, deduplication, compression, replication and ability to create cloud tiers in addition to local storage tiers.
The new security protocol will prevent forged or spam email from entering agency networks.
Windows Opens Doors
Agencies that have finished the complex operating system migration pass on their lessons learned.
The Rational Approach
Technology and careful methodology help agencies sort out overstuffed application portfolios and save money.
Carry That Weight
For big events, predicted or not, agencies turn to cloud-based solutions to handle massive spikes in web traffic.
Assets in the Air
Agencies use drones to gather information, but must figure out how to manage and store the ever-growing mountains of data.
Do Your Part
Protecting the network is every user's responsibility, not just the technical staff.
Transformation Takes the Lead
Agencies that look beyond merely upgrading equipment are better prepared to reach evolving long-term goals.
Meaningful goals and detailed priorities help agencies along the path to modern technology.