Supply Chain and Demand
Federal task forces and national security agencies are leading the charge for additional protections to the nation’s technology supply chain.
Quick, easy-to-do fixes can tweak the operating system into optimum shape.
Before you make that purchase, check to see that a new product contains actual AI services and isn’t just hype.
Common Access Card may not be enough as worksites go increasingly remote.
The Search for Clues
USDA, Army find that forensic tools are key to keeping their networks protected.
How to Tackle Blockchain
Establishing the distributed ledger system takes attention to detail, especially in a federal environment.
Leaving an on-premises environment can put an agency’s data at risk; these suggestions provide extra security.
A Versatile Viewer
This webcam’s small footprint and quick installation are supported by solid videoconferencing software.
Threats Made Visible
Software defeats ransomware with automatic monitoring and file rollbacks.
NASA, USDA and FEMA are bolstering their networks with new technology.
OMB guidance on data center optimization leads agencies — including State, Interior and FEMA — to virtualization, which decreases environmental impact as well as costs.
The SAN Behind the Curtain
Agencies use SANs to manage massive transactions and specialized workloads.
The Value of the Network
Whether the link is an electronic one or a human one, federal employees rely on the power of connection.
Open the Silo Doors
For federal agencies, IT excellence often stems from finding new ways to work together.
Solving for AI
Unless the federal government figures out how to deploy artificial intelligence effectively, its workforce and its mission will be left behind.
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