January 22, 2018
How Agencies Can Reduce the Impact of Shutdowns on Employee Morale premium
Shutdown, sequestration, budget cuts. With challenges like these, how can government agencies even attempt to build and sustain an engaging workplace where employees are satisfied, productive, committed and, let’s face it, less likely to leave. What’s more, many agencies are facing the loss of institutional knowledge as experienced personnel retire.  The U.S. Office of Personnel […]
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valerie.rider@dlt.com'
January 18, 2018
Want to Improve your Cybersecurity Posture? Get Beyond the Usual Suspects premium
From Equifax to Yahoo, WannaCry and Petra, every month seems to bring with it yet another high-profile attack. Vendors roll out patches and fixes, and questions are asked across the political and security communities. These enquiries and discussions almost always end up concluding that the usual cyber suspects are the culprits, writes Rob Waters, a […]
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Don Maclean
Chief Cyber Security Technologist
January 17, 2018
New Insights Show BIM Data Playing a Greater Role in Facilities Management premium
Use of building information modeling (BIM) data by building owners is on the rise. That’s according to  the third annual BIM and facilities management (FM) survey from DLT partner, IMAGINiT Technologies. Based on input from AEC and facilities management professionals in 2017, the study shows that the percentage of owners integrating BIM data into FM […]
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January 16, 2018
Block Chain: The Next Big Thing? premium
There’s a lot of buzz about blockchain these days, even in government. In fact, we predict that 2018 will be the year of blockchain in government. Blockchain’s inherent security makes it resistant to data manipulation, making it a great tool for securely recording transactions between two parties, everything from medical records, contracts, transactions, even online […]
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Don Maclean
Chief Cyber Security Technologist
January 15, 2018
5 Ways your Move to a BIM Workflow Pays Off for Government premium
Perhaps you’re considering BIM for your next agency or department’s next building, facilities management, or civil infrastructure project. But what’s the best way to make sure you get full value from your investment in BIM? While BIM is a process and not software, and the shift from CAD to BIM involves changes that go beyond […]
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Autodesk Tech Writer
4 Inefficiency Traps that Civil Infrastructure Teams Need to Escape from in 2018 premium
Urban development is a big challenge for governments and project owners. Urbanization, combined with overall population growth, could add another 2.5 billion to the world’s urban centers by 2050. For the infrastructure sector, this means providing the essential utilities and transportation systems to support these dense over-crowded areas – while doing more with less. Technology […]
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An Internet of Things Demo Jam: Setting the Stage premium
On October 18th, DLT competed at a fun and spirited “Demo Jam” contest during the Red Hat’s public sector annual meeting at Kingsmill.  The demo had to be live, no longer than eight minutes and had to showcase at least one Red Hat product.  We included nine Red Hat products, plus quite a few other technologies, taking […]
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michael.fitzurka@dlt.com'
Middleware Solutions Architect
January 10, 2018
BIM at the Swipe of a Finger Keeps Construction Projects on Track premium
With BIM mandates and pressure to improve collaboration and efficiencies on construction projects, how are teams taking advantage of digital workflows to improve the potential of BIM? Watch the video below from DLT partner, IMAGINiT Technologies, and learn how field teams can gain real-time access to accurate information across the construction lifecycle. Gone are the […]
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Meltdown and Spectre: Here’s What Our Partners Are Doing to Protect You premium
No sooner do you have your arms around one cybersecurity vulnerability then another surfaces. This time it’s Meltdown and Spectre, both of which can cause data leak from kernel memory. These vulnerabilities are particularly worrying since they impact practically all computers and involve multiple IT vendors including processor players Intel, AMD, Qualcomm, and ARM. The […]
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January 3, 2018
3 Challenges Facing Our Nation’s Transportation Systems in 2018 premium
The 2017 “infrastructure report card” from the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) painted a grim portrait of our nation’s bridges, transit systems, aviation, and more, scoring an overall “D” for “poor” or “at risk”. Unfortunately, not much has changed since the last report was released in 2013. Fixing potholes, adding new public transit lines […]
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