August 15, 2018
How to Take Advantage of Federal Fiscal Year-End as a Vendor premium
An irony of late appropriations – as the federal government experienced for the umpeenth time in fiscal 2018 – is that rather than rush to spend, your federal customers are actually spending at rates below what they’re authorized to spend. That makes it harder to maximize the year-end spending blitz. It takes some doing, but […]
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tom.temin@gmail.com'
August 15, 2018
Why Log Analytics are the Key to Application Performance and Cybersecurity premium
Any federal IT pro can tell you that analyzing log files is something they’ve been doing for years. That said, as applications get more complex, performance becomes more important and security issues increase. Log analytics are fast becoming a critical component of an agency’s monitoring and management infrastructure. The ability to unify log monitoring and […]
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fking@speakerboxpr.com'
August 8, 2018
[eBook] Get Insights from Government Data, Before It Perishes and Goes Stale premium
So much data, so little time. Disparate sources such as sensors, machines, geo-location devices, social feeds, server and security system logs, and more, are generating terabytes of data at unfathomable speeds. Getting any kind of real-time insight and, we dare you to dream, acting on that data as it flows in, is not an easy […]
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Rachael.hendrickson@dlt.com'
August 6, 2018
3 Ways Procurement Teams Can Make Smarter FFYE IT Purchasing Decisions premium
The 2018 federal busy season, or FFYE, is upon us. With almost one-third of agency dollars being awarded during the last quarter of the fiscal year, this is peak buying season and the busiest time of year for federal procurement officers. But with the pressure to make smart IT buying decisions – and very little […]
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DLT Solutions
August 1, 2018
Hybrid IT and Cloud Computing will be AI’s Biggest Asset as the Government Embraces Digital Transformation premium
Artificial intelligence (AI) is coming. Contrary to the stuff of science fiction, however, AI has the potential to have a positive impact within the federal IT community. The adoption of AI will likely be the result of the adoption of hybrid and cloud IT computing. AI is not new. While highly effective, AI has historically […]
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fking@speakerboxpr.com'
July 31, 2018
​Endpoint Protection: It’s Not Your Grandpa’s AV Anymore premium
As hackers get more sophisticated, endpoint protection (EP) systems have grown more sophisticated. While no one claims to catch everything, endpoint protection matures each year. Let’s see what modern EP products have to do these days. Machine learning The term “machine learning”, like so many buzzwords in the tech industry, has multiple meanings. In simple […]
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Don Maclean
Chief Cyber Security Technologist
July 30, 2018
Making the Move to BIM is the Right Decision (Just Like CAD was 30 Years Ago) premium
If you’re one of the millions of people who’ve been lucky enough to hear Lynn Allen present, you’ll know her as the queen of AutoCAD tips and tricks and all-round Autodesk technical evangelist, but she also knows quite a bit about the latest disruptive technology – BIM. Lynn has seen it all – the evolution […]
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Government Writer
July 24, 2018
Big Data Month: New eBook Sheds Light on How Government is Overcoming Persistent Big Data Challenges premium
There are many opportunities in the public sector for data science and data analytics, yet, almost as many challenges. When we kicked off Big Data Month at DLT, we asked our Chief Data Scientist, Sherry Bennett, for her insights. What became clear is that the obstacles to big data success are universal to both the […]
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Rachael.hendrickson@dlt.com'
July 19, 2018
Data Science is Key to Readying Facial Recognition Software for Use by Law Enforcement premium
The use of facial recognition software to support law enforcement efforts is nothing new – in the movies that is. In 1997, the sci-fi classic The Fifth Element equipped its futuristic airborne police vehicles with tools that let officers compare facial scans of the movie’s mysterious alien heroine to a central criminal database in the […]
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Rachael.hendrickson@dlt.com'
July 17, 2018
Make the Move to BIM with Tips and Tricks from Lynn Allen premium
Building information modeling (BIM) is poised for greater adoption by federal, state, and local government agencies. In Wisconsin, for example, publicly-funded projects over $5 million are required to incorporate BIM and 3D software from initial planning concepts to bidding documents and project closeout. Many DoTs, including MassDOT, FDOT, and CALTRANS are also embracing BIM for […]
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Autodesk Tech Writer

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