While perimeter security remains important, the routers, firewalls, and intrusion detection systems that protect network access are no longer sufficient against bad actors.
When a new administration takes office, its high-profile tech agenda often focuses on government’s role as regulator, legislator, and appropriator, but it also brings a plan for agencies that use technology to deliver on their missions.
In this white paper, you’ll get a detailed, straightforward, five-step approach to creating the right data model right out of the gate—from mapping workflows, to practicing query-first design thinking, to using Cassandra data types effectively.
Simplilearn has trained over one million learners and has powered digital transformation training programs for hundreds of businesses across more than 150 countries. That puts Simplilearn in a unique position to understand what helps some enterprises thrive and what causes others to struggle to adapt to the 4th Industrial Revolution’s fast-changing realities.
This whitepaper explains the proven methods of measuring training effectiveness — and the challenges to doing so. You’ll learn specific metrics for planning, monitoring, and reporting on the tangible and intangible results of your training programs.
In public service, trust is the representation of the confidence that constituents have in government to “do what is right and perceived fair,” according to scholar David Easton. It is an unspoken agreement of integrity between two parties, and in government — as in other areas of your life — without trust, the involved parties cannot accomplish much.
School district systems report student data, which can be used for a proactive approach to student safety. The sad truth is unsafe student incidents aren’t a new phenomenon and it’s clear that the problem persists. Learn proactive safety strategies to improve student care, compliance, and preventative intervention.
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.
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.
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.
Together, the comprehensive, automated Informatica and DataWalk solutions help agencies quickly, easily, and efficiently gain real insights from their data. By partnering with us, you can be a hero to your agency clients–delivering the analytics technology they need without costly, time-consuming customization.
Today’s digitally transformed IT needs a backup and recovery solution that has kept pace with the demands of our digital world. Unfortunately, the truth is that backup is often treated as a burdensome overhead or a passive insurance policy rather than a source of strategic value.
Data has exploded in volume and become scattered across multiple public clouds, data centers, remote offices, and the edge, with little global oversight. In each of these locations, data has become isolated in specialized infrastructure—often from multiple vendors—to manage basic functions such as backup, networking, storage, archiving, disaster recovery, dev/test, and analytics.