In light of the pandemic, government agencies adopted hybrid cloud environments at unprecedented speeds. But now, agencies must build a strategic foundation for long-term success.
The former administration’s FY 2021 budget invests over $1 billion in artificial intelligence (AI) research and development (R&D) and commits to doubling the R&D budget by 2022. When will AI and Machine Learning (ML) be ready to tackle public-sector organization’s top mission-critical tasks? What critical problems are they looking to solve with the technology? How […]
The COVID-19 pandemic is forcing us to move and think beyond the traditional in-office perimeter to work from anywhere and collaborate in new ways. That’s why ACT-IAC, MeriTalk, and the Partnership for Public Service joined forces on Resilient: Government Pandemic Insights for a Safer America.
Against the backdrop of the Federal government’s maximized telework environment, modern, adaptive networks are more important than ever. But despite countless calls to evolve, many agencies are facing this crisis while still relying on outdated network infrastructure, like legacy Time Division Multiplexing (TDM) technology.
MeriTalk, in partnership with Cloudera, surveyed 150 Federal IT decision makers familiar with their agency’s security to examine security and governance policies in the cloud.
MeriTalk, in partnership with Cloudera, surveyed 150 Federal IT decision makers familiar with their agency’s data management in the cloud to examine data-in-motion within agencies. See how automation can help democratize data and speed decision-making – all while ensuring security and compliance.
MeriTalk and GDIT surveyed 150 Federal cybersecurity managers to explore multi-cloud cybersecurity challenges and opportunities, current efforts and aspirations, and how they can future-proof multi-cloud cybersecurity.
As the Federal government has moved to maximized telework, agencies are reexamining their bring-your-own-device (BYOD) programs to expand employees’ remote access. So, how are current security models keeping up? What steps are Feds taking to secure personal devices and what role does zero trust play?
Federal cybersecurity is more critical than ever as agencies quickly adapt to a “maximized telework” environment. But, how effective are Feds’ current cybersecurity efforts? What is working well in agencies’ cybersecurity strategies, and what needs to change?
With remote work being touted as the “new normal”, agencies are empowering their employees to work beyond the conventional four walls – increasing virtual collaboration capabilities through video calls, instant messaging, and digital conferencing. MeriTalk, Cisco, and ThunderCat partnered to document the Federal government’s journey to secure web-based collaboration. We examined how agencies are utilizing […]
Federal mandates like Cloud Smart, MGT, and TIC 3.0 set agencies on a fast track to modernization. But as IT infrastructures evolve, how are agencies turning their most coveted asset – data – into insight? What steps are they taking to address mass data fragmentation? How are data protection measures adapting to meet changing demands? […]
How are agencies preparing for the next chapter of CDM? Building off MeriTalk’s 2019 “CDM Referendum” study, “CDM: The Next Chapter” explores how the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) program is evolving to protect vital cloud and mobile environments — technologies that, today, underpin Federal telework at scale in the […]
Keeping up with – or preferably ahead of – advances in technology is absolutely necessary for those involved in government IT. MeriTalk features not only the latest research affecting federal technology, but also more in-depth studies that examine how those developments are likely to impact the government IT realm.
MeriTalk federal IT research covers a variety of subjects, including how to make the best use of Big Data, the safest use of cloud computing, and other cybersecurity topics that affect all government agencies.