Government agencies have begun to follow private-sector companies in leveraging social media, but may still have questions regarding the tools, processes, and organizational changes required to make social media work. This informative resource details the five top considerations for government agencies looking to deploy social media strategies.
This article briefly describes the procurement challenges and then jumps into advising government cloud service purchasers on the positives and negatives of security in the cloud, and how to manage their potential vendors' security risks. Read on to learn more.
Learn how USB devices are used to transfer data, the federal government’s ban on USB devices and its impact, and how to effectively manage USB devices to secure data and networks without impacting productivity.
How can you tap into today's data growth trend to improve processes? This white paper examines the drastic explosion of data and explores how governments have begun to handle this massive influx of information.
This presentation transcript addresses the key challenges new CIOs face, their priorities in the role, how they can balance legacy systems with the need to drive change, and more.
When you understand people and their names in context and in real time, you have an increased capability to preempt threats and fraud. Find out what you can do to help protect your business.
In this resource, explore the evolving trends in the public sector landscape, and what this means for information governance and security. Learn how crucial it is to prevent data leakage for the sake of regulations and citizens' trust.
There is no reason why government agencies shouldn’t take advantage of all that smartphones have to offer. Employed efficiently, smartphones can address several organizational imperatives, including cost savings, greater mobility, increased telework options and sensitivity to environmental concerns. Continue reading to learn more.