Join the Cloud Computing Exchange on December 16 at the City Club of Washington, D.C., for an off-the-record Happy Hour discussion on the policies and legislation that will shape the landscape for the upcoming year. This complimentary meeting is open to government attendees. To RSVP, please email Courtney Perrone at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (703) 883-9000 ext. 130.
DATA CENTER RESOURCES
Software-Defined Networking (SDN) promises to be a lean, mean, cost-cutting machine, but what do Feds that are on the road to SDN say – is it all clear skies ahead? Download our new report, “Automation to Support Government Imperatives: Dawn of SDN,” to find out.
As Feds work to transform government, they need new tools and new solutions. What’s the path forward for modernization? Feds recognize the innovation opportunity and are looking to cloud to help bridge the gap. View the infographic to lear more.
With fewer resources, Federal CIOs have difficult decisions to make. Public-private collaboration is a key to success. MeriTalk interviewed Symantec recently to understand its views on business continuity planning and the value of information. Read the article here.
Federal IT issues are on top of everyone’s mind. Shrinking budgets and demands to innovate make the Federal CIOs job harder than ever. Public-private collaboration is more critical now than ever. MeriTalk interviewed Symantec recently to understand its views on virtualizing and optimizing the data center and the value of information. Read the article.
Fedeal CIOs are surronded by data. But more is not always better, and they are searching for ways to better manage the large and growing amounts of structured and unstrcutured data that their agencies collect and store. Public-private collaboration is more critical now than ever. MeriTalk interviewed Symantec recently to understand its views on governance policies and the value of information. Read the article.
The fourth annual Data Center Brainstorm took place on Wednesday, March 25 at the Newseum in Washington, D.C. For more information, please contact Jennifer Leidenberger at (703) 883-9000 ext. 155 or email@example.com.