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.
How to Provide People-Oriented Services: A Guide for State & Local Public Servants
Clouds Are Forming. Are You Prepared?
How to Reduce the Complexity of Data Initiatives
By integrating Illumio Core with Appgate SDP, the user-to-workload entitlement policies will then dynamically adapt to changes in the workload context, such as changes in workload IP addresses.
The fastest way to deliver your message.
There are a wide variety of mass notification service (MNS) providers out there, many of them claiming to be the best, or able to do everything you need. To inform your purchase decision, it is critical to do your due diligence when selecting a service that will be used during urgent and emergency situations. Blackboard's Buyer’s Guide is intended to help you to ask the right questions about prospective MNS vendors to ensure you select the provider that is best for you and your community.
Automated Notifications Help Keep Your Citizens Safe
Isolate breaches, reduce your exposure to cyberattacks and create the foundation for Zero Trust security.
In this deep-dive, explore the intersection of information technology and the military priorities coming out of the Indo-Pacific region.
Today we’re continuing our in-depth discussions on Agile 2: The Next Iteration of Agile, with our special guest and co-author, Cliff Berg. Today we finish last episode’s discussion with further bits of truth, gemba walking and data architecting in an agile way.
Help Federal agencies securely navigate the cloud journey.
This training is part two of a series of Fundamental Trainings covering the SLED budget process designed to give you deeper insight into the SLED Budget Process, buying timeline, and how to approach SLED customers with an effective market strategy.
University of Oklahoma selects Devo platform to centralize SIEM, logging instances while defending campuses against threat actors.
Supply chain attacks have not only increased in volume and frequency, but have also become more sophisticated, involving Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) actors. This trend, together with the potentially wide impact of a singular successful supply chain attack, requires organizations to take dedicated steps to ensure the security and integrity of both the software they build and supply to their customers, and/or the software they procure for internal usage.