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April 9, 2015
The White House Clears the Way for Sanctions Against Hackers premium
When it comes to cybersecurity, once again The White House means business. Last week, President Obama issued a new executive order that empowers the administration to extend sanctions against those who pose a cyberthreat to critical U.S. infrastructure. Previously, the federal government had the power to sanction countries and corporations who it considered a threat. […]
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April 7, 2015
Piece Together the Government Tech Puzzle – 5 Online Trainings premium
Where can you learn about the latest tech trends in government, network with thousands of federal, state and local govies and earn up to 5 continuing professional education (CPE) credits?!? Answer: Your desk! DLT is proud to sponsor the fourth annual GovLoop Government Innovators Virtual Summit taking place on April 22nd from 10 AM – […]
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March 11, 2015
Autodesk 2015 premium
On March 13, 2015, Autodesk will be retiring Subscription Center and directing you to the newly enhanced Autodesk Account, a personalized and easy-to-use portal. Autodesk Account gives you the ability to effectively track and manage all of your Autodesk product licenses, services, and user benefits through a single personalized portal. Log in to Autodesk Account […]
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March 6, 2015
How to Overcome the Challenges of Implementing OpenStack premium
We’ve been touting the benefits of OpenStack® since its incubatory stages as a joint project between RackSpace and NASA. But what is OpenStack and why do 84% of enterprises plan to deploy it as the platform of choice for the cloud? What is OpenStack? OpenStack is a set of open source tools for building and […]
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February 25, 2015
Let’s Hear it for our “Magic Quadrant” Vendor Partners premium
Proof of performance is a key criterion for any government decision maker when reviewing potential vendors and bidders. One such “proof” is recognition from industry analysts, and perhaps the most sought after of these is to be positioned (and ranked highly) in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant reports. The Gartner Magic Quadrant is a graphical portrayal of […]
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February 18, 2015
Next Generation of Oracle Engineered Systems Brings Price Improvements premium
Last month, Oracle’s Larry Ellison unveiled X5, the fifth generation of Oracle’s engineered systems – an “in-the-box” integrated hardware and software solution that simplifies IT infrastructures, speeds application deployments, and increases data center productivity. With the new release, Ellison intends to “…compete for that core data center business. Our appliances and engineered systems deliver the […]
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January 14, 2015
How Agencies can Make Good on the Promise of Big Data premium
Big data is a big bet for the public sector. It’s estimated that U.S. federal agencies currently store 1.61 petabytes of data – and it’s expected to do a lot more with that data than it currently is. In a 2012 survey by the 1105 Government Information Group, 63% of the almost 200 respondents agreed […]
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December 3, 2014
Compliance Begins with People and Processes, Ends with Software premium
 All too often, federal IT personnel misconstrue software as being able to make their agency compliant with various regulations. It can’t – at least not by itself. Certainly, software can help you achieve compliance, but it should only be viewed as a component of your efforts. True and complete compliance involves defining, implementing, monitoring, and […]
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December 14, 2010
What Is a Green Holiday? premium
When I think about the upcoming holidays I feel, honestly, a bit of stress. The holiday season, by its very nature, brings with it a more harried pace. The quest to find the perfect gift for each person on my list adds an extra bit of angst. And, you don’t have to spend much time […]
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