Modern development organizations must consider security at the earliest stages of development to ensure that security and quality are built into every aspect of their application.
Prevent, protect, and immunize to keep cybercriminals at bay, ensure operations run smoothly, and easily meet your SLAs.
Every executive and company has their own unique set of challenges, but they all share the need to equip their staff with the skills that will help them move toward their future aspirations. This is no different when it comes to the cloud.
The themes and trends the Services team observed during its many investigations are presented in the CrowdStrike Services Cyber Front Lines Report.
Selecting a new content management system (CMS) for your agency or enterprise can seem overwhelming—especially when your organization must adhere to the recent 21st Century Integrated Digital Experience Act (21st Century IDEA) legislation, which mandates the modernization of federal websites and intranets.
By the end of this year, U.S. federal agencies will be serving up modernized, friendlier web experiences. For the millions of citizens who rely on government websites for information on everything from taxes to jobs to voting, the development is long overdue.
Human capital shortfalls and skills gaps within the state workforce continue to impede agencies from serving the public and achieving results. Legacy systems still saddle state agencies with decades-old technology that, like an old car, gets more expensive to maintain with age.
Effectively managing Segregation of Duties (SOD) is a key requirement for any enterprise resource planning (ERP) or financial system to pass an audit.
With more than a quarter century of experience in the defense industry, Infor® understands mission readiness, and helps improve the visibility and security of systems that support our nation’s critical defense assets.
At a recent panel discussion, technology leaders in the US federal government discussed their experiences in overseeing cloud migration for some of the largest agencies and departments in the nation. What follows is an edited version of this discussion, led by Wayne Bobby, Infor’s vice president, US Federal.