How government agencies can use identity and access controls to modernize IT security
Modern IAM tools allow CIOs to build IT environments that support continuous authentication, securing access to government systems and services.
How federal agencies can improve network performance of legacy systems
Segment routing provides a simpler, cost effective approach for routing data and removes the limitations to federal network architectures operating legacy systems.
How to keep enterprise-IT-as-a-service networks agile and secure
With 70 percent of the Army’s networking gear reaching end-of-life service, IT experts say open networking standards will play key role to getting best of breed solutions.
How the Intelligence Community can modernize legacy TDM networks — and lower costs
Modern circuit-to-packet technology offers IC agencies a better way to maintain critical enterprise data systems running on expiring technologies.
The silver lining in GSA’s 2020 deadline to replace outdated TDM networks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.