While the IC’s research organization looks into adding security to cloud environments, in the here and now, intelligence agencies are sharing more data.
As aging workers retire, agencies must meet the demands of younger, more tech-savvy users.
The time is ripe for agencies to start moving aging infrastructure to the cloud, and some agencies, like USCIS and the FCC, have already done so.
Agencies are exploring ways to apply IoT data to enable automation and drive better decision-making.
Federal agencies have a lot to learn from how the armed forces buy and use rugged notebooks, tablets and smartphones.
As agencies gain experience in fielding effective policies and technologies, their ability to support remote work is improving.
Securing data centers from physical threats is essential to maintaining operations and protecting critical information.
Advanced networking technologies like software-defined networking and data center orchestration can help agencies deliver the solutions that users and citizens demand.
The new kid on the IoT block: sensor-based wearable technology.
In just under a year, Terrill has set the stage for the agency’s evolution into a digital-forward agency.
HP’s Ultrabook packs numerous useful features into a slim, light design.
Thanks to its familiar console interface and management tools, Cisco's HyperFlex platform lets agencies easily embrace and reap the benefits of virtualization.
By streamlining their device footprints, agencies can make IT management easier and also enhance cybersecurity.
The new administration must continue progress on IT advancements such as cybersecurity and infrastructure modernization efforts.
In addition to investing in endpoint monitoring, intrusion detection and data loss prevention solutions, agencies need to ensure physical security of their data centers.