In today’s increasingly digital-focused world, computing skills are a tremendous asset when it comes to career opportunities. Traditionally, women have been under-represented in computing and technology fields and there is ...
The world is increasingly connected and the number of devices communicating to the Internet is on the rise, according to ABI Research. The firm says that the number of active wireless connected devices grew 20 percent from 2013 to 2014 and forecasts that number to grow to 40.9 billion by 2021. As part of our […]
On the surface you might think that public sector organizations have nothing in common with the NFL. But you’d be wrong. While the public sector keeps our country running and the NFL keeps us entertained, both organizations operate networks that handle vast amounts of data and the networks cannot go down under any circumstance. And, […]
According to the U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT), in 2013, federal agencies were the target of 46,160 cyber attacks – an increase of 33 percent over the previous year. The growing sophistication of cyber threats against government agencies underscores the need for a more proactive defense posture. GovExec, in partnership with the Government Business […]
The recent AIE Big Data Symposium was attended by an interesting mix of government, vendor and academia presenters and attendees who shared ideas and concerns about Big Data and its uses, according to Greg Gardner, NetApp’s chief architect for government, defense, and Intel solutions for the U.S. Public Sector. He said the clientele ranged from […]