*+-The sheer number of cloud options available to public sector organizations is mind boggling. To provide some clarity for public sector organizations, Val Bercovici- Cloud Czar, Chief Technology Officer, NetApp- ...
+-*Education is changing rapidly because of technology. Those of us with school-aged children, or who work in education, are in a constant race to keep up with not only the IT that’s handed to us, but the innovations brought to the table (or desk) by our students. We do this to not only cater to […]
Drowning in Data – Military Intelligence Leaders Ask for Help with Exponential Growth in Information
+-* Finding ways to incorporate the vast flow of data and turn it into useful intelligence for the military is a major challenge recognized by the leaders of the military intelligence community. A panel of the top officers responsible for the intelligence operations of all five military branches spoke about the scope and complexity of the […]
+-* At the recent Defense Health Information Technology Symposium (DHITS), hosted by the Defense Health Agency (DHA), the hottest topic – and one that weaved its way into every session I attended – was the $11-billion Department of Defense (DoD) Healthcare Management Systems Modernization (DHMSM) Electronic Health Record (EHR) program. Set to launch in its […]
+-*NetApp was a proud sponsor of this year’s IT Solutions Management for Human Services Conference (ISM) in Philadelphia. The 48th annual conference received record attendance numbers and offered a great place for state and local government program and IT professionals to network with their counterparts, federal partners, and private sector attendees. Conference attendees were also […]
+-*Federal News Radio and NetApp have teamed up to answer the many questions that federal IT professionals have about the cloud. Because moving to the cloud is no small task, it’s vital to ask service providers several questions to make sure that your agency is getting the solution that will meet your needs not just […]
+-*There is no denying it; higher education is changing. Students are bringing their own devices, campus security personnel are wearing body cameras and professors are collaborating on research with colleagues overseas. Today’s campus barely resembles the learning environment where we sat with notepads and pens twenty years ago; it has been transformed by technology. While […]