Join the Defense Systems editors in this webcast to hear leading experts discuss how internal and external cyber threats against DOD systems can be addressed through good cyber hygiene and greater situational awareness.
Data analytics is the "information transformer" for many military and DoD agencies, bringing relevant data together to improve timeliness, effectiveness, and accuracy of decisions and decision-making. Join this online event and hear leading defense industry experts and 1105 Government Information Group editors discuss how an enterprise-wide logistics system can improve organizations.
Join FCW Editor-in-Chief, John Monroe, as he moderates this informative webcast featuring Shawn Kingsberry, CIO, Recovery, Accountability, and Transparency Board, on the challenges and opportunities agencies face building an effective shared IT infrastructure. You’ll hear best-in-class examples how agencies are transforming hard-wired desktops into virtual workspaces and making mobile computing into a secure reality.
IronBrick, Avnet, NetApp
Join us for this informative webcast as GSA’s Sanjeev “Sonny” Bhagowalia discusses how new collaboration technologies such as Google Docs and SharePoint can increase your agency’s productivity. Learn how to overcome security and management issues and find out what new tools are on the horizon for GSA and other agencies.
NetApp, Blue River IT
On February 9, the White House unveiled its Federal Cloud Computing Strategy– outlining a three-step decision-making process for agency Chief Information Officers (CIOs). In order to comply with the federal mandate, 70 agencies across the government will begin their cloud transitions.
n this session, our expert will cover the process transformation, resource evaluations, and the key role federal IT leadership plays in ensuring successful cloud adoption.
Federal IT is at a crossroads, facing an array of challenges in establishing a consistent policy to equip and maintain an infrastructure to support federal agency mission accomplishment. Senior federal technology executives now have over-arching guidance to meet those challenges.