Learn how savvy leaders will view their security strategy in a newly holistic way
State and local government agencies are looking for more effective ways to deliver public services, including modernizing their IT systems to keep up with service demand. Many agencies, however, are still just starting their journeys to the cloud in earnest — assessing where to start, what’s needed, and what to expect.
Arcserve N Series is purpose-built for always-on businesses. A hyperconverged data protection appliance converges technologies from leaders, to offer a hyper-available recovery platform for the broadest set of workloads across physical, virtual and cloud environments, covering on premise and SaaS data protection.
The Data Coalition hosted a discussion, sponsored by DLT Solutions and in partnership with BMC Software, featuring experts from across the Department of Energy who are working to push the frontiers of how data are managed and leveraged for scientific advancements.
FFYE 2022 Webinar: Kick off the federal government's busy IT buying season with topics such as top areas for opportunity, size of federal market and key spending trends in this on-demand webinar.
The 2022 AFCEA TechNet Cyber conference provided a forum for key decision makers in the defense community to talk about the cybersecurity challenges they are facing. This briefing covers key takeaways and strategy to align your technology solutions to the problems at hand.
In today’s emerging cloud native environments, Kubernetes is everywhere. Kubernetes makes it easier to manage software complexity. As enterprise applications become more complex, development and operations (DevOps) teams need a tool that can orchestrate that complexity. They need a way to launch all the services dependent on these applications, making sure the applications and services are healthy and can connect to one another.
Relying on upstream Kubernetes isn't enough for teams deploying Kubernetes into production. Basic Kubernetes installations are plagued by a lack of central visibility, inconsistent security practices, and complex management processes.
IBM's X-Force Security team is armed with global security intelligence experts with industry-leading analysis to simplify and automate your cyber threat platform.
Focusing on Cost Avoidance and Improved Service for the United States DOD and Civilian Agencies
Check out IBM's new X-Force Threat Intelligence Research Hub: Access the latest research and reports highlighting threat intelligence, cyber security, and improving incident response.
We conclude our conversations with special guest Cliff Berg, co-author of Agile 2: The Next Iteration of Agile, focusing on public sector challenges and viewing software as a living organism.
The DoD and its agencies are in the process of implementing modernization initiatives. This transition requires operating with an application-driven approach. According to Gartner’s “Top 10 Application Predictions Through 2025,” how IT departments and organizations deliver services and modernize is changing. Adopting a value-driven, low-code, robotics/machine learning approach will make overcoming the challenges put forth by legacy systems, data silos, complex cloud and as-a-service journeys, and retiring knowledge workers and knowledge retention, more achievable.
Too often, cyber incidents lead to disruptions in care – sometimes even fatal ones. When emergencies strike, health systems need to be prepared in order to keep patients as safe as possible.
To make data-driven decisions quickly and iteratively, you need alignment between people and processes. Having the right technology helps agencies build the capacity and competency to continuously deliver valuable mission capabilities. This software factory approach is critical in today’s constantly changing environment.