The possibilities are endless with what you can do with machine learning and AI in the cloud. We are also going to continue to see the hybrid approaches that include a mix of public cloud and on-premises data centers. The economies of the public cloud cannot be ignored. But due to the required constraints for certain missions, not everything can live in a public cloud.
Cloud adoption has enjoyed high double-digit growth in recent years. It has enabled the shift from capex to a pay-as-you-go financial model, and it has enabled agility for developers to build and ship new products or features fast.
Cohesity today announced that cybersecurity expert and intelligence leader Marianne Bailey has joined the company as an advisor, where she will apply her deep government security experience in helping public sector organizations and federal agencies manage and protect their data.
Disaster response involves several stages covering preparedness, the response to an emergency, mitigation of its effects, and recovery. At the center of those stages is critical information that must be backed up, replicated, and accessible. The data, which is the lifeblood of agency missions, must be readily available if agencies are to respond swiftly to a crisis and mitigate its impact.
Tune in to our latest episode of the ContinuousX podcast, featuring Rusty Sides, SE Manager – US Public Sector, Checkmarx.
It’s not just the volume of data that’s causing problems. The speed at which data moves around and between organizations is also increasing. And the data itself is evolving. The purpose, quality, and location of any data asset can change overnight.
We looked at trends born from, or accelerated by, the global COVID-19 crisis to report on the state of technology and give leaders guidance on how to build better teams, processes, and products in the year ahead.
Instead of trying to predict 2021 cybersecurity trends, which may not leave much room for agility depending on what the year has in store for us, Pluralsight proposes a 2021 playbook for cybersecurity, to help IT and Security teams prepare a roadmap of projects and focus areas likely to take precedent in the year ahead.
Conversations about modernization in government span decades. Lawmakers have passed policies to spur it, funding structures have been tested to support it and there are models for cabinet-level agencies to follow.
SaaS-based, global data and application management Cohesity Helios™ provides a single view and global management of your data and applications wherever they reside—on-premises, cloud, and edge.
Today’s businesses strive to be data-driven. But the data itself can get in the way of better decision making. There’s too much, and it’s increasingly fragmented—across different silos, management systems, and cloud models.
Data management is key to maximizing the value of cloud analytics projects. Learn how Informatica can help your organization take full advantage of cloud's agility and flexibility with a systematic approach to quality in cloud data warehouses and data lakes in their solution brief below.
Data governance has evolved significantly in the last few years and simply doing the bare minimum to comply with regulatory demands just won't cut it anymore. Download Informatica's whitepaper below to understand how you can make the most of intelligent data governance for your agency with the help of automation and machine learning today.
For government agencies at the federal, state, and local levels, data is a strategic asset. Learn why the preparation and engineering of data is essential to successful AI and analytics outcomes in Informatica's latest eBook.
Cohesity enables enterprises to take control of increasingly complex storage environments through a hype converged secondary storage infrastructure. Cohesity DataPlatform consolidates multiple use cases such as data protection, test/dev, file services and analytics onto a single web-scale platform.