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As cyber security has moved into the spotlight of private and public sector priorities over the past decade, leaders across the nation have orchestrated a wide variety of methods to protect their digital assets. From fortifying infrastructures with firewalls and private network defenses to bolstering employee training and awareness efforts on a mass scale, it
Federal agencies often find that their disaster recovery plans are muddled by a lack of control over digital assets, a shortage of internal expertise and inadequate end user awareness. Combined with the high-pressure scenarios in which these strategies are typically executed, there are many forces acting against IT leaders as they try to restore vital
The concept of virtual desktop infrastructure has been around for years now, and with the rise of cloud services, most organizations have had some exposure to this architecture variation, even if they may not be aware of this fact. Even though it has not received the attention and buzz surrounding the cloud, VDI has enjoyed
There is an ongoing struggle in the world of enterprise mobility, as mobile end users strive for greater flexibility and functionality while IT administrators look to lock down their organizations’ networks with stringent protective policies. While these stakeholders are playing for the same team, their goals are drastically different, and it would appear that no
The cyber security saga has garnered nationwide attention in both private and public domains, and as U.S. leaders continue to navigate the changing threat landscape, organizations across the country are joining forces to overcome the challenges posed by malicious adversaries. Between new, action-oriented legislation seeing formulation in Washington and guidance from defense systems providers throughout
The Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program, also known as FedRAMP, has had its eye on cloud computing since government agencies first began expressing interest in these solutions as a way to boost efficiency and cut costs. While projects such as the Federal Data Center Consolidation Initiative have sought – and in many cases succeeded