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Challenges facing implementation of police body cameras

Posted on May 09, 2016

For the longest time, the only way to get an accurate description of how an event occurred was to have a witness describe it in its entirety. The problem with this is that people often forget what happened or lie for personal gain, which is why society had to declare that certain people were more trustworthy than others, with police officers being at the top of this hierarchy. However, recent developments are turning this notion on its head.  Read More

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Big data and the Syrian refugee crisis

Posted on December 01, 2015

In an attempt to escape conflict within their borders, millions of Syrians have fled to surrounding countries, Europe and the United States. Since 2011, the U.S. has welcomed approximately 1,500 Syrian refugees, but President Obama has said that he intends to welcome as many as 10,000 within the next year, according to CNN. However, this plan is in direct opposition to more than half of all governors in the U.S., who have made clear that Syrian refugees are unwelcome based on the notion that some of these migrants may pose a terrorism threat.  Read More

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The importance of having an engaging government website

Posted on September 16, 2015

When it comes to improving the delivery of services for citizens and maintaining transparency within government processes, organizations should consider every tool they have in their proverbial belts – including technology. Government technology solutions exist in order to help agencies meet the demands of an ever-changing public atmosphere, so federal, state and local authorities should make sure they're utilizing tech to its fullest capacity wherever possible. One of those areas in which government organizations can use technology to their advantage is with their websites.  Read More

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3 use cases for big data in government

Posted on September 03, 2015

As federal, state and local government agencies gather and analyze mountains of information coming into their systems each day, they should recognize the importance of having sound strategies to deal with big data. According to Federal Times, government spending on big data projects is expected to reach $2.25 billion by 2018. This highlights the importance of the insights that this kind of analytics could bring to the table.  Read More

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Municipalities are beginning to realize the benefits of open data policies. Government's use of big data is gaining ground, and it's helping local agencies better serve citizens and maintain public safety. For instance, according to Government Technology, transit authorities are using a standardized data system only possible through the use of open data. The General Transit Feed Specification, because it has common data formats and feeds, has allowed developers to streamline app development.  Read More



M-19-21 Memorandum and What It Is

Posted on December 09, 2020 0 comments

The M-19-21 memorandum mandates that all records are created, converted and transferred to the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) in electronic format by end of 2022. The need, however, does not make the reality any easier to embrace.  Agencies must both find a way to convert legacy records from paper to digital, and put in place processes that ensure all records going forward are created digitally.  Working with constrained budgets, needing to educate personnel, having to develop new processes and choosing the appropriate technology, all contribute to the complexity of achieving this goal by the established deadline.   Read More

Is Your IT Infrastructure Ready to Support Your Data Demands?

Posted on November 13, 2020 0 comments

It is said that data runs today's world, and we could argue that it is not an exaggerated statement. From important business decisions to process optimization, everything today is data driven. Data has become a necessity of life. Everyone is pursuing increasing volumes of data, but very few understand that this quest for more data must be closely tied to effective, state-of-the-art datacenters. With the growing demand for data, there needs to be an underlying infrastructure that can host queries, process inputs, and feed relevant information, on pace with modern needs. Prevalent IT infrastructures are insufficient; therefore, to make sure that super-fast data communication is done with negligible latency, the establishment of hyper-converged infrastructure is inevitable.  Read More

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How Secure Is Your Server Hardware?

Posted on October 13, 2020 0 comments
Category: Cloud Computing

Security is always evolving and what worked yesterday will not necessarily work today. Security goes far beyond protecting software and networks. Securing your hardware is often overlooked and can have some costly implications, if it becomes compromised. Relying solely on firewalls to secure the infrastructure is bound to end in disaster.  Read More

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What Are The Implications of 5G Technology?

Posted on August 26, 2020 0 comments
Category: Cloud Computing

The term 5G simply implies the 5th generation of mobile network technology. And it’s fast, with a theoretical upper limit 10 Gigabits per second. The potential uses for this new technology are just beginning to be understood, possibilities are endless!  Read More

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Data Protection Services

Posted on January 15, 2019 0 comments
Category: Cybersecurity

It is more important than ever for organizations to protect their data and address compliance, without disrupting employee and company productivity. With GDPR, the California Privacy Act, and the Data Protection Act of 2018, organizations now have regulations that mandate how their data is secured. Every organization must take a serious look at how they are protecting their data and align their data protection and compliance strategy with government mandates.  Read More

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RSA Conference 2019

Posted on January 08, 2019 0 comments
Category: Cybersecurity

As cyber attacks have become an ever present occurrence many agencies are still not prepared to prevent all threats. UNICOM Government together with Dell EMC will be showcasing our joint security solution at RSA 2019 that encompasses network and data center security solutions protect high value data and data center resources with threat defense, highly secure virtualization, segmentation and policy control.  Read More

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IT Modernization in the Trump Age

Posted on April 18, 2017 0 comments
Category: Cybersecurity

The Federal government is losing billions of dollars each year funding legacy systems. A report from IDC Government Insights shows that some agencies allocate upwards of 90 percent of their IT budgets to operations and maintenance. And, in a recent MeriTalk article, the Government Accountability Office’s Head Gene Dodaro noted legacy IT systems pose a serious obstacle to cybersecurity best practices. The answer is clear: Modernization.  Read More

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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

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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

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