Data Loss Prevention – Keeping the Good Information Inside the Corporate Walls

By Lee Collison, Solutions Architect Here we go again, another fascinating Miami Dolphins story that has me thinking of technology concepts. Last week was a very embarrassing week for Miami Dolphin fans with lots of exciting news being leaked to…

Avoiding the Barriers to Virtualization Benefits

A study released by CDW shares the benefits of virtual platforms within federal, state and government agencies. The study also shares the pitfalls and barriers to taking full advantage of virtualization all of which offer valuable lessons for other agencies…

The Case for Virtual Desktop Infrastructure

By Lee Collison, Solutions Architect I am on my way back from a recent trip to Miami to watch the Dolphins play (been wanting this trip for over twenty years), the trip was great except I felt out of place…

Enterprise Networks at Risk in the Cyberwar

Is your enterprise or agency vulnerable to information espionage or an electronic attack? That's the stark question posed by Richard Clarke, author of the new book Cyber War: The Next Threat to National Security and What to Do About It.…

Ready for the Hyper-connected Swarm?

What will the workplace of the future look like? As Gartner sees it, collaboration and connectedness will have a dramatic impact on the world of work over the next 10 years. Work will become less routine, characterized by increased volatility,…

Federal CIO Seeks Accountability

In naming Federal CIO Vivek Kundra as its chief of the year, InformationWeek applauded the 35 year-old executive's impressive vision and early accomplishments. What's clear is that Kundra intends to take accountability for federal government IT initiatives to a new…