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.
For too long, finance departments have been left to cope with dated technology that simply does not reflect the way work gets done in a modern, global business environment. At Infor, we said "enough is enough."
With a recent upgrade to the cloud, the city has used Infor CloudSuite EAM to enable smooth and seamless information processing, facilitating more timely reimbursements, worth millions of dollars, from the state of North Carolina and the Federal Government.
This paper examines the business benefits to federal, state, and local agencies as well as businesses in other industries who are exploring a FedRAMP-guided cloud migration.
Infor® Government SaaS (IGS) offers the most comprehensive suite of fully integrated business applications in the FedRAMP Marketplace.
In a time of fiscal uncertainty, tightening budgets and Congressional oversight, it has never been more important for federal agencies to drive efficiencies and improve their acquisition, management and inventory of information technology (IT) assets.
The Charleston Defense Contractors Association (CDCA) Defense Summit is one of the largest defense-focused events on the East Coast, bringing together more than 1,000 government and industry leaders to spark ideas, innovation and solutions to technological challenges. Presentations, demonstrations and collaborative discussions include the full spectrum of defense technologies, with a focus on the areas of C5ISR, information warfare and cyber security.
Cyber attacks are increasing, and even one misconfigured system could become the source of a catastrophic breach. Security baselines such as STIG and CIS can prevent these attacks, but adopting these baselines is no trivial task.