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Archive: February 2014

Public Sector Shared Services and Mobility, the Way Ahead

Posted on February 25, 2014

Shrinking federal IT budgets of the past few years have mandated the federal government to come up with new guidance and directives that outline steps to create plans that increase the overall efficiency of information technology. In the quest to “do more with less”, we now have a host of policies centered around topics such as cloud computing adoption, data center consolidation, program transparency, and shared services.  Read More


Enterprise Network Switches – the Hidden Bottleneck

Posted on February 10, 2014

A hidden bottleneck is growing within systems deployed on data center floors today. This issue is being driven by current and on-going widespread changes to IT system designs driven by such factors as virtualization, modifications to storage networking and the needs of Big Data systems. This requirement is the need for core network port capabilities to be increased to take advantage of 40 and 100 Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) interfaces that are now routinely available on most enterprise class network switches.  Read More


Staying Secure in an Always Connected World

Posted on March 20, 2017 0 comments
Category: Internet of Things

Feds bring the constantly connected mindset from their personal lives, to work, along with new expectations. For example, the ability to take and share a photo instantly. Instant messaging. Social collaboration. And access to information – all needed/desired information – anywhere, anytime.  Read More


The DCOI Journey: Simplifying Your Data Center

Posted on February 07, 2017 0 comments
Category: Data Center

Last week, the House of Representatives passed the “Energy Efficient Government Technology Act,” which will place energy efficiency standards on Federal data centers and require OMB to collaborate with agencies on plans to purchase and use energy efficient data center technologies.  Read More


Investment in quality technology is aiding governments improve transparency

Posted on September 01, 2016 0 comments
Category: Technology

This past week, the town of Gallipolis, Ohio, made its financial records available to the public, the Gallipolis Daily Tribune reported. While this probably wasn't the biggest news story of 2016, it is reflective of an exciting state, and nationwide, trend.  Read More


How vulnerable are US voting machines to foreign hackers?

Posted on August 10, 2016 0 comments
Category: Cybersecurity

The recent hack of Democratic National Committee computers, attributed by authorities to Russia, has many Americans worried about foreign influence swaying the upcoming presidential election.  Read More


Data mapping is changing government

Posted on June 29, 2016 0 comments
Category: Data Center

Geographical information systems are evolving and so are the governments that are using them.  Read More


What can artificial intelligence do for the government?

Posted on June 08, 2016 0 comments

Artificial Intelligence programs are completely changing how people view computers. Once lifeless machines, AI systems are allowing for computers to analyze information in ways once thought impossible. Such a revolutionary trend has many implications, especially within government. With that in mind, what can the modern agency get out of AI deployment?  Read More

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