software-defined networking (SDN)
FBI preparing for complete network infrastructure refresh
The bureau wants the latest details on software-defined networking from manufacturers before launching its Network Enterprise Redesign Initiative.
Why SD-WAN takes on greater importance in hybrid IT environments
Modern software-defined wide area networking gives agencies more agility and stronger security to meet their zero-trust security strategies.
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.
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.
Homeland Security looks to grow talent in cloud, zero-trust
Software-defined networking is another area where the department is looking to recruit and retool its workforce.
Virtualization the way of the future for Pentagon, DISA director says
The Defense Department is making a greater push to software-based virtualization for its networks and data centers.