IT Perspective September 18, 2019
​The SolarWinds Team at DLT is excited to announce after rigorous testing, the ​SolarWinds Orion® Suite for Federal Government v3.0 has been placed on the Department of Defense Information Network (DoDIN) Approved Products List (APL). The Orion Suite also has Common Criteria certification. The Orion Suite for Federal Government v3.0 includes:
IT Perspective February 7, 2019
There is always something new to learn in the world of information technology, and organizations must act fast to keep pace with the fast pace of change. But where should your agency spend its training dollars to upskill its talent to match your evolving technology strategy? DLT’s technology partner, Pluralsight, has the answer.
Cybersecurity October 25, 2018
With the mid-term elections looming, protecting the integrity of our most basic democratic right has become a matter of critical importance.  According to the Electronic Frontier Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to defending civil liberties in a digital world, election security remains just as vulnerable as in 2016 and encourages Secretaries of State to be pressed to do their job and increase security before voters cast their ballo
Data & Storage July 20, 2016
Social media has had a significant impact on federal, state, and local governments across the country. From the routine to the critical, social media has become a vital tool for building awareness of missions, sharing policy updates, communicating services and products, and enhancing citizen engagement. The immediacy of social media is also particularly useful to emergency response agencies who can leverage its outreach capabilities to aid response efforts.
Digital Design, Uncategorized July 7, 2016
Reality capture technology as a means of capturing existing as-built conditions has been around for some time. Terrestrial laser scanning or LiDAR is just one example of reality capture (or recap) at work. But recap hasn’t always been easy. Scanning techniques are often expensive and the task of incorporating and manipulating large data sets (point clouds) during the design process is tricky.
Cybersecurity, Uncategorized June 22, 2016
Data leaks, data breaches, blah, blah, blah. Sometimes the attention-grabbing headlines just sound like too much noise. What’s lacking in most of today’s reporting is the real truth about how government agencies are hacked and what agencies are doing to counter those attacks. Those are the details that can help agencies improve their defenses to face future challenges.
Digital Design, Uncategorized June 6, 2016
If you’re new to AutoCAD Civil 3D or looking to explore its many features for civil engineers, it’s always great to learn from the pros. To help you on your way, we’ve compiled a top 10 list of “getting started” videos. From creating corridors and surfaces, importing survey and cloud data, to more sophisticated road design know-hows like creating roundabouts, we’ve got you covered.
Digital Design, Uncategorized May 18, 2016
Following on from two of our most popular digital design blogs, 8 How-To Video Tutorials for Transportation Infrastructure Designers & Engineers and 8 How-To Video Tutorials for Bridge Designers & Engineers, we’re back again with a new crop of training videos. This time we’ve focused on road and highway design. Regardless of your competency level, or the software you use, check out these 10 design, engineering and productivity hacks!