February 8, 2016
Top 10 Trends to Impact Enterprise IT in 2016 premium
The Internet of Things will continue to balloon while we’ll all still struggle with extracting value from Big Data. Those are the headline predictions from DLT partner and IT asset management leader, BDNA, in its 2016 IT Predictions Report. BDNA did a solid job of predicting the trends that dominated enterprise IT in 2015, so […]
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February 2, 2016
How the Feds Can Ensure Data Governance in the Age of the Internet of Everything premium
With the explosion of IoT sensors and devices, the data available to us is getting bigger and bigger. It’s a particular challenge facing federal agencies, especially in light of NARA’s Capstone compliance initiative, as well as an opportunity. Accessing data across the government and using powerful analytics to evaluate that data opens the doors to […]
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February 2, 2016
How to Understand and Utilize DevOps for your Agency premium
2016 is the year in which DevOps will go mainstream, predicts Gartner. But what does the Silicon Valley culture of agile development practices, open source, and DevOps culture mean for the government sector? The very definition of DevOps – the application of lean and agile principles across the entire lifecycle of an application (rather than […]
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February 1, 2016
Getting to the Nitty Gritty of a Bandwidth Complaint premium
Bandwidth is one of those things we all take for granted, like electric power we don’t really pay attention to it until it’s gone. Then we get disgruntled. So when an application is running slowly or a file won’t load, we tend to go straight to the IT helpdesk and complain about how slow the […]
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January 28, 2016
How to Find the Right Kind of Autodesk Training premium
With Autodesk’s 2017 software release on the horizon (typically sometime in the third week of March), now is a good time to start thinking about training options that can help you get up to speed when the new versions become available. Ongoing education is particularly important if you are an Autodesk Subscription customer. Subscription customers […]
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Government Writer
January 12, 2016
Sit Back and Relax, Computers are About to Come up with Design Ideas of their Own premium
Computers have traditionally been a passive tool, they respond to our programming and input. But computers are getting increasingly savvy and more creative. Imagine being able to tell your PC what your design goals are, what you want to achieve, the constraints you’re dealing with, and then the computer goes off and explores a solution. […]
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January 11, 2016
Your 2016 IT Training Calendar – Events to Look out For premium
A new year means a new calendar of government IT events and webinars! And there’s plenty to look forward to this year. From industry and association events to educational webinars, now’s the time to start booking your travel and exploring learning opportunities for the year ahead. Here’s our round-up of some of the best sources […]
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January 7, 2016
Cloud-Based Collaboration Service for Autodesk Revit Goes Global premium
If you work with Autodesk Revit software then you may already be familiar with A360 Collaboration for Revit a powerful collaboration service that connects project teams with centralized access to BIM project data in the cloud. The solution was launched to North American users at Autodesk University in 2014, however the response to the solution […]
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December 30, 2015
Anticipating a Breach – What to do Before, During, and After premium
Cyber breaches against government agencies seen almost an inevitability these days, it’s less of a question of “if”, but “when?” So what should your agency do when a breach occurs? That’s the topic of a new whitepaper – Anticipating the Breach – from DLT partner, Symantec. If security incidents are inevitable, the consequences don’t have […]
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