Learn how Federal agencies can truly achieve business modernization with the help of on-demand, end-to-end workflow automation.
No matter the complexity of your environment or where you are on your IT modernization journey, an IT operations automation strategy can help you improve existing processes. With automation, you can save time, increase quality, improve employee satisfaction, and reduce costs throughout your organization.
MeriTalk sat down with Tony Holmes, Practice Lead for Public Sector Solutions Architects at Pluralsight, a technology workforce development company, to discover how agencies can use learning to address skill gaps and provide career opportunities to employees.
Digital transformation is one of the latest buzzwords, but what does it mean? What exactly should you be digitizing, and how can it transform your organization? Download the asset to learn more about the five areas that government agencies can focus on in their quest to improve workflows and processes.
MeriTalk sat down with Lisa Slaughter, Senior Vice President at Maximus Federal Services, to take stock of how agencies utilized data and technology throughout the pandemic response, and how the lessons learned are informing new efforts to share and leverage data to improve public health.
Download the eBook to explore how emerging technologies like data and AI can empower the Federal government to efficiently deliver on mission objectives and better serve citizens.
Read Pluralsight’s 2022 Tech Forecast to learn more about the latest data-driven insights on cloud maturity, how to survive the Great Resignation, and what improvements to make for remote work as the workforce continues to thrive in a virtual work setting.
The defining moments of Federal IT in 2021 will have profound effects on the government moving forward. In this segment of “Defining Moments” on MeriTV, we examine the forthcoming President’s Management Agenda with Gary Eimerman of Pluralsight, exploring how it will underscore the importance of skill development across the Federal workforce.
The Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) service desk receives an average of 55,000 calls per week from VA personnel and contractors seeking IT support. Making sure those calls are appropriately routed and resolved quickly and efficiently is key.
For the U.S. Navy, the COVID-19 pandemic heightened the importance of keeping ship crew members safe and healthy. And despite the ongoing pandemic, the Navy has had to continue meeting its mission. They needed to rapidly deploy a new, simplified way to track potential COVID-19 symptoms among sailors onboard ships.
Does your organization want to lower compliance costs, reduce the risk of audit failure, and deliver audit-ready compliance documentation on demand? With the right strategy and technology, you can automate, transform and scale your compliance program to shift compliance left – and achieve continuous compliance.
Operators need the capability to evolve their networks with data-driven automation and analytics that make their systems dynamic and adaptive to change. There’s no time for anything less. But current legacy TDM technology does not allow for the automation, scalability and flexibility needed to support these changes.
Federal agencies are working hard to support mass telework. This means protecting sensitive data from growing cyber threats, and delivering the best possible user experience, including for users with graphics-intensive or compute-complex workloads. Learn how agencies are keeping even their most demanding users productive, efficient – and safe – with GPU virtualization.
Federal agencies are beginning to transition from the General Services Administration (GSA) Networx contracts to the new GSA Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS) contract, a 15-year, $50 billion contract that will serve as the government’s primary vehicle for procuring telecommunications-related services.
Cloud holds enormous potential to transform government IT, migrations can be easier said than done, causing several concerns. Often, even after selecting a service provider, migration becomes a daunting challenge due to complexities of change management – resulting in low cloud adoption.
The journey toward software-defined storage is different for each IT organization. When choosing a s torage solution, it’s important to consider flexibility, availability, and agility. And of course—don’t forget cost.
IT departments are struggling under exponential data growth, which is driving unexpected capacity demands and exceeding budgets. Traditional storage appliances are too cumbersome, rigid, and expensive to handle this massive data growth. As a result, companies are moving from traditional, appliance-based storage to software-defined storage.
With every passing day, Flash storage solutions improve in capacity and features – and drop in price. If your organization hasn’t considered Flash before, or if you’ve only dipped your toe in the Flash waters, now is the time to investigate all the advantages Flash offers in speed, capacity and cost savings.
The journey to cloud for Federal CIO is complex, not clear, but one thing is certain… it is disruptive. In fact, many are now calling this journey to an automated infrastructure like cloud “the digital disruption.” Digital disruption is a top-of-mind issue for the Federal CIO. Agency senior executives are looking over their shoulders and […]