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Legacy IT’s costly implications to agency IT and legal teams
As IT leaders push mission services to the cloud, they may be overlooking the burden and cost of legacy e-discovery tools to the pursuit of justice and truth.
How the pandemic changed the future of work for government agencies
Federal, state and local government leaders discuss how agencies are shifting to cloud- and AI-enabled tools that will better serve the mission.
Using data analytics to build strategic workforce development plans
With limited resources to compete for young IT talent, agencies should look to skills development partners to help them invest in their current workforce.
Using AI ethically to protect health data from bias
With the right partners, federal health agencies can build a solid foundation of high-quality data to implement ethically sound AI tools, says an Optum report.
The critical role of CUI in federal supply chain security
While controlled unclassified information hasn’t attracted the attention of CMMC, it plays a central role in federal government efforts to secure the IT supply chain.
How agencies can modernize their data warehouse infrastructure
Not all agency organizations will move to the cloud. Those that still rely on their own data warehouses can benefit from modern solutions for agility and automation capabilities.
New chip design lets agencies save big on data center operations
Agencies that still run their own purpose-built data centers can consolidate and optimize their servers, thanks to a new line of advanced microprocessors.
SD-WAN is a pandemic-ready network security technology
A former national cyberthreat intelligence adviser urges federal agency leaders to adapt a platform mindset that fully embraces software-defined networking.
Agency IT chiefs see ways to improve mission services in pandemic
Twelve government and industry leaders discuss the opportunities to advance cloud, security and agility in government, during the pandemic and into the future.
Security concerns have agencies reaching a tipping point toward managed services
The breadth of IT and cybersecurity challenges, along with a critical shortage of talent, make managed and professional services a compelling option for federal IT departments.