Government, industry leaders assess the impact of AI at federal agencies
Artificial intelligence practitioners share their expectations on ways AI will likely help the federal workforce deliver on agency missions.
The silver lining in GSA’s 2020 deadline to replace outdated TDM networks
Agencies must soon replace TDM technologies but will benefit from lower costs and greater agility using open, software-defined networks, says new report.
How modernized networks can accelerate DOD’s multicloud migration plans
The Department of Defense’s ambitious multicloud strategy will scale faster and more securely using a flexible, open standards networking approach, a new report says.
How the right storage and data analytics platforms can boost government outcomes
Agencies can reap greater real-time value from big data by adapting data storage and analytics approaches gaining ground in private sector.
Identity corroboration methods key to reducing fraud, report says
Traditional methods for corroborating identity are increasingly compromised due to continued breaches of personal data and require a broader approach, a Gartner report says.
FEMA exposed data of 2.3M disaster survivors, watchdog finds
FEMA released the personal data to a contractor administering a disaster relief program that helps survivors find temporary lodging at hotels.