FedScoop

January 24, 2019
2019 is the Year When Hybrid Cloud Becomes the New Normal for Government premium
2019 will be the year of the hybrid cloud, claim federal executives. As offices like FedRAMP, OMB, and GSA continue to promote cloud computing as the path to IT modernization, hybrid cloud can help alleviate the regulatory compliance and security requirements that agencies must adhere to. With a hybrid strategy, agencies can maintain legacy applications […]
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brian.strosser@dlt.com'
May 30, 2018
Cybersecurity Month: Closing the Gaps in U.S. Government Cybersecurity Resilience premium
In a year in which we’ve witnessed the carnage of the Atlanta ransomware attack and U.S. government agencies remain on high alert about possible Russian cyber-attacks against U.S. critical infrastructure and electoral systems, new research shows that the cybersecurity landscape is evolving quicker than agencies can respond. Two-thirds of federal IT executives in a new […]
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qa@dlt.com'
May 16, 2017
[Webinar] Army Chief Discusses How Agencies Can Lay Foundations for Next Gen Data Center premium
Hybrid clouds are increasingly seen by government agencies as a comfortable solution to both their desire and mandates to move to the cloud. Highly sensitive data can be stored on-premises in a private cloud – using their existing infrastructure – while lower risk data and non-sensitive computing workloads can be placed in the public cloud […]
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dana.suarez@dlt.com'
Information Architect