Each weekday afternoon, Francis Rose will discuss the latest news and trends facing government leaders on such topics as technology, management and workforce. The program will explore headlines of the day as well as in depth discussions with top executives in both government and industry.
Chief Technology Officer Archis Gore of Polyverse explains why organizations should focus on impact over actions in their cybersecurity posture.
On this episode of Let's Talk About IT, DISA's Sharon Woods discusses the new Hostn and Compute Center and Verizon's David Reaves talks about what digital transformation really means.
Hosts Dan Tangherlini and Danny Werfel discuss the work that it took to get here with the passage and signing of the infrastructure plan into law, and what it's now going to take to put the framework into action.
Enterprises are discovering they can reduce data in transit costs and enhance AI-assisted decision making by relying on analytics at the edge rather than in central data lakes.
The Defense Digital Service's Daniel Bardenstein and Jim Richberg of Fortinet join the podcast to discuss how the federal government is going about modernizing cybersecurity.
National Security Agency and Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency technical report offers essential steps to hardening container environments, says security expert.
U.S. Public Sector Chief Technology Officer Bill Burnham of Hewlett Packard Enterprise explains the cost-saving benefits and elasticity of moving cloud capabilities to the edge.
U.S. Public Sector Cybersecurity Programs Lead Peter Romness of Cisco explains how organizations can make zero trust architecture more accessible for employees.
GSA's Allen Hill joins the podcast to discuss what's in store for the EIS contract with almost exactly a year left for agencies to finish transitioning legacy services.
Beth Simone Noveck joins Gov Actually fresh off the release of her book: "Solving Public Problems — A Practical Guide to Fix Our Government and Change Our World."