Wayne LeRiche, the federal civilian field chief technology officer and solutions architect for Palo Alto Networks Federal, discusses how secure access service edge sets a framework for agencies to more easily implement a zero trust architecture.Listen Now 禄
From data centers through clouds and out to the edge, 5G networks are facilitating innovation at an unprecedented pace. So the question is: How can we align government and industry objectives and leverage all the resources in play to achieve the goal of open, interoperable and secure 5G networks?Read More 禄
Matt Mandrgoc, Head of U.S. Public Sector at Zoom explores three considerations agencies must keep in mind as they continue to evolve in the hybrid work environment.
A confluence of factors push governments toward a wireless future.
Mobility moves from convenience to necessity.
Kevin Tunks, chief architect and national technology adviser for Red Hat, discusses innovative approaches to integrate mobile-centric workloads, secure mobile applications and prepare for 5G.
Mobile applications introduce new security vulnerabilities. Brian Reed, chief mobility officer for NowSecure, describes the risk landscape and shares key steps to a mobile application security program.
Today, mobile devices are prime targets for cybercriminals because they contain more and more sensitive employee, constituent and operational data. Jim Kovach, vice president for public sector at Zimperium, explains why signature-based threat detection is obsolete and device attestation is in.
In this Q&A, the BlackBerry Sales Engineering team lays out key considerations for state and local governments as their mobility programs expand and morph to take advantage of emerging technologies and accommodate new use cases.
Omar Sandoval, director of government programs for the Center for Digital Government, shares insights on how mobility implementations are changing and how agencies can take advantage of the opportunities these shifts present.
Matt Mandrgoc, Head of U.S. Public Sector at Zoom, discusses how, as agencies come out of the pandemic, they must figure out how to prosper in a hybrid world where communication and collaboration will be in person and online.
As the pandemic subsides, state and local agencies navigate permanent workforce changes.
Long-term adoption of remote work will drive technology modernization and new management policies.
The pandemic forced government contact centers to modify how they provide services. Ivory Dugar, senior solutions consultant at Genesys, answers the equipment and workforce optimization questions that are top-of-mind for agencies that extend operations to remote agents.
As organizations shift to remote work, they need to rethink how they manage users, applications and devices. Chip Carr, senior manager of public sector for NVIDIA, discusses how virtualization and other strategies can simplify IT management and create a consistent user experience regardless of a worker’s location or device.
Dave Macnee, senior relationship manager for Slack’s Future Forum, and Kevin Carter, customer success leader for public sector at Slack, share research data on remote work and discuss technology and strategies for getting remote work right.
The shift to remote work requires significant change to workflows and organizational culture. Jim McClurkin, senior director for public sector at SAP Concur, suggests approaches that will help governments modernize and prepare for the future.