• Enterprise Insight Analysis for Defense Intelligence

    As national security and defense threats become more asymmetrical and complex, intelligence organizations and agencies are challenged to respond more efficiently and precisely. With shrinking budgets and limited resources, these agencies need a solution that can help them accelerate the data-to-decision process, so they can make better informed decisions and take confident, effective action. IBM® i2® Enterprise Insight Analysis is a next-generation intelligence solution designed to help do just that by applying advanced analytics at scale and with critical speed. Read More

  • Enterprise Insight Analysis for Cyber Intelligence

    Securing your infrastructure, your customer interactions and protecting your data are critical to preserving your reputation and your bottom line. Many cyber attacks remain undetected for up to eight months and can cost an organization an average of 11 million USD2. And today’s cyber criminals are becoming more sophisticated, agile and capable of launching more attacks at faster speeds. Organizations must evolve, replacing traditional defensive security strategies with a proactive, intelligence-driven offense to prevent and disrupt these threats. The IBM® i2® Enterprise Insight Analysis solution is a next-generation intelligence solution designed to turn overwhelming and disparate data sets into comprehensive intelligence, in near real time. Read More

  • Fast 50 Secrets to Navigating Today's Federal Market

    In this webcast, Washington Technology Senior Staff Writer Mark Hoover will moderate a panel of executives from some of the fastest growing small businesses in the federal market. These company execs will dive into what it takes to be a successful small business as well as give tips that you can utilize at your company. Read More

  • How the Implementation of Development Strategies Plays a Role in Project Management

    Agile, Extreme Programming, Scrum, Kanban—the exhaustive list of methodologies goes on. While the pros and cons of each framework spark endless debate, all of them have a place in software development. By taking a look at a few of these methodologies, tech managers can get a feel for which ones might be helpful for their team. Read More

  • Top Five Considerations for Technology Managers

    Being a technology manager involves much more than project management skills. In this dynamic field of software development, managers who understand what a software developer does and know how to build a tech team will have an advantage over those who don’t really get it. To better manage technology projects, it is also necessary to understand why IT projects fail, the importance of QA and UA testing, and the inevitability of changes in scope. Read More

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