NextGov: Security Doesn’t Have to Be a Sticking Point in Cloud Migration

Despite the innovations and efficiencies that come with cloud migration, only about 20 percent of federal agencies have migrated their applications and data to the cloud. Why such a low adoption rate? One reason is the challenge of securing data.…

Fifth Domain: How Agencies Can Protect Legacy IT As They Modernize

Cybersecurity threats grow more sophisticated every year. And while the federal government has pushed forward with efforts to modernize IT, some legacy systems pose unique challenges. Often, these systems remain static even as the landscape around them continues to change.…

GCN: Save Money and Improve Network Security Through Automation

When an agency’s network is attacked, the security response is often a manual process. A team of analysts collect information from several separate tools to contain, divert and investigate the attack. This process takes time and resources and, ultimately, costs…

TechTarget: Big Blue Drives Collaboration Among IBM Business Partners

IBM is investing in resources and business processes to make it easier for IBM business partners to create alliances with each other. Following last month's IBM Think conference in San Francisco, Senior Director of Software Practice Charles Fullwood discusses the…

Flexible Work Schedules – and the Right Collaboration Tools – Can Help Your Agency Recruit and Retain Top Talent

The Office of Personnel Management recently conducted a Federal Employee Work-Life Survey to gauge employee satisfaction across the government. The findings were pretty clear – agencies that embraced flexible work schedules and offered telecommuting options had employees that reported higher…

NextGov: Moving to the Cloud? You Need to Monitor Application Performance.

When you think of applications, you might think of your smartphone and the apps you use to access social media, track your workouts, or watch videos. But an icon on your phone is really just an interface to an application.…