Across the public sector cost reduction is still a primary driver and in this webcast Mark Hall looks at how ISVs are delivering software through more agile deployments and rapid solution delivery to provide more innovative services to end users and the citizen. He discussed how the likes of G-Cloud and Corporate Software Solutions opens up new routes into the public sector, and increasing opportunities for ISVs.Read more >
Mark Hall, Redcentric's Public Sector Director, looks at the four major Government networks within the public sector - N3, JANET, PSN and HSCN. He gives an overview of each network, Redcentric’s involvement and expertise as well as the requirements to access the networks.Read more >
Today’s threat actors are more persistent and creative than ever. While anti-virus and firewalls are a good start, an effective information security program needs to be more sophisticated to protect your organization from threat actors intent on stealing sensitive data, causing disruption of services or hacktivism.
Attend this live and interactive webcast to hear Michael Musick, Solutions Architect for Dell SecureWorks, discuss how a strong cybersecurity program can protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of sensitive data from theft, respond to ever –changing compliance regulations, and why an incident response plan is critical to risk management.
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From state to local governments, and throughout the public sector, employees and staff are seeking better ways to collaborate and boost productivity. But collaboration can be complicated when you're working across different teams, committees, and counties.
Judy Price, Town Clerk for the town of Truckee, California, will share her experience using Dropbox Business to save time, money, and effort, and focus on the issues that really matter to her city.
Join us in this webinar as we discuss:
- Key trends we are seeing in the public sector today
- How technology can help address pain points for city and local governments
- How implementing tools like Dropbox has helped streamline several processes in Truckee
Blockchain is here to stay and the opportunities in public sector are huge with the applicability of Blockchain properties of advanced security and efficiency. This webinar will explore the Blockchain technology's potential in the public sector.Read more >
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To meet compliance requirements, governmental bodies and their subcontractors must store and process sensitive federal data separately from private sector workloads.
Leading cloud providers like AWS and Microsoft Azure have created isolated governmental regions to serve specific needs in the public sector, which has helped accelerate cloud adoption in the federal space.
But migrating to the cloud not only requires a different approach to regulatory compliance, but also operational management and application architecture as well.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- Benefits of the cloud in the public sector
- Key compliance frameworks that apply to governmental agencies
- Types of IaaS offerings available
- Cloud best practices
Government agencies require precise planning and support when it comes to software implementation. Carefully navigating the intricacies of regulations and mandates, organization structure, lobby groups, and complex contracts is essential for success.
Join Tracy Barnes, of STRITCO, as he discusses his experience implementing Cherwell service management within the public sector. Tracy will share the specific challenges experienced during public sector ITSM implementation and provide practical, actionable solutions that have proven to improve performance within IT, HR, Purchasing, and Finance departments.
About Tracy: Tracy was the project manager for the successful ISO/IEC 20000-1:2005 certification at the Florida Department of Revenue. The first state government agency to be certified in the United States. Tracy has achieved the following certifications: ITIL Expert, PMP, Executive Consultant/Manager in ITSM according to ISO/IEC 20000, Six Sigma Green Belt, Internal Audit Certificate in ITSM according to ISO/IEC 20000-1:2011, and is a Certified Public Manager.
This webinar highlights the key take-aways for public sector entities of a comprehensive multi-year global research study sponsored by SAS, which is conducted by MIT Sloan Management Review.
This most recent study uncovers key factors of business-driven innovation, including cultural and process factors, the pivotal role of data governance, and burgeoning opportunities with machine learning and artificial intelligence.
Once considered to be a little behind the curve in the move to the cloud, the Public Sector is now well and truly on the journey.
This webinar discusses the findings of the iGov and Informatica ‘Cloud Connectivity In Public Sector 2017 Survey" and the groundbreaking snapshot of a sector on the move.
We will talk to key findings including:
* Only 5% of our respondents now believe that cloud isn’t suitable for their IT strategy.
* Two thirds consider cloud to be a core part of their enterprise architecture.
* Only 6% have deployed a cloud integration platform, but almost half plan to implement an iPaaS in the next two years.
The Public Sector sits firmly in a hybrid world and this survey provides an insight into the sector’s plans for the future.
From May 2018, the new EU General Data Privacy Regulation (GDPR) will require all Public Sector organisations to more effectively understand how they manage data on their citizens, contractors and staff. Citizens will have significantly more rights and powers on how their data is used and consumed, with large fines available for any breaches of the regulation.
Join this webinar to understand:
- What GDPR is and what it means to Public Sector bodies
- The potential impact of Brexit
- The range of data challenges and opportunities the new regulation will create
- What data capabilities agencies will need to consider
- Learn what best practice approaches commercial organisations are already taking to ensure timely compliance
To serve their citizens, federal/national, state and local governments must gather, create, or process sensitive information. As various high-profile breaches have demonstrated, this data is not sufficiently protected, particularly from the insiders whose actions are responsible for the majority of public sector security incidents. Traditional network security focuses on detecting outsiders attempting to steal data or disrupt network operations, but does little to monitor or limit the actions of legitimate users that make mistakes or deliberately misuse data. User and directory controls verify legitimate users, but they won't prevent accidental disclosure of sensitive data, exfiltration of sensitive data by legitimate users, or insiders with stolen credentials from accessing data. Preventing security incidents and protecting government information requires a comprehensive, organization-wide access approach that can accommodate the context of individual users, the data they need access to, and the limits on what they can do with that data.
The Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform prevents security incidents while fully enabling user productivity by granting access contextually to those who need it, and denying it to all others. This, coupled with denying all applications that are not needed by the organization, immediately reduces a government organization’s threat posture. Join us to learn more.
In state and local government, IT professionals are being asked to do more with less. More applications, security, management capabilities, users, locations, connected devices, and smart technology. Less money, time, man-hours, network complexity, and downtime.
In many instances, public sector agencies and organizations are discovering essential efficiency improvements through software-defined, cloud-managed solutions. With the convergence of wired and wireless WAN, connecting people, places, and things is easier than ever.
Join our webinar at 9 a.m. PDT/12 p.m. EDT on Sept. 15, 2016, for an intriguing look at government use cases for LTE, software-defined networks, and remote cloud management.
Traditional report factories are rapidly becoming obsolete. Government organizations are shifting to self-service analytics and looking for a sustainable, yet long-term approach to governance that satisfies the needs of both the business and IT. The business needs real-time access to data to drive critical decisions. IT needs to audit and manage data to ensure it’s accurate, secure, and governed to scale. With only 8% of people in traditional organizations able to both ask and answer their own questions, it’s time to take a closer look at your analytics strategy.
In this 45-minute webinar, you'll learn how:
•Visual data analysis brings speed, value, accuracy, and collaboration that leads to a culture of analytics
•Modern enterprises are eliminating boundaries between IT and the business
•Shifting to enterprise grade self-service analytic tools empowers both the business and IT
•Building the modern ecosystem with strategic partnerships allows you to focus on business impact
In this webinar we explain how Public Sector organisations are using predictive analytics to make sense of their data to improve outcomes, allocate resources more effectively and reduce costs.
See how your peers in Local and Central government and Healthcare are moving beyond spreadsheets to find hidden patterns and trends in their data to help them..
Improve services, programs and outcomes
Allocate resources effectively and reduce costs
Understand causes of satisfaction and dissatisfaction
You will see a demonstration of SPSS in action and have the chance to put your questions to Hannah Bauling. SPSS Technical Expert.
If you cannot find the answers you need from your data or find you are getting frustrated with the limitations of a spreadsheet, then take a look at SPSS and discover a better way.
The FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) Survey reveals a lot about how well your data is stored and handled by the Public Sector. Many Public Sector services are saving as much as 70% using Software-Defined Storage but how are they doing this and is it relevant for you?
Join Nick Baker, Technical Evangelist with Nexenta as he discusses:
FOIA Survey Findings
SDS Solutions & Common Use Cases in the Public Sector
Case Study Review: University of Sussex
Public Sector Starting Points for SDS Adoption
Attend live to ask the Experts! in a Technical Q&A and discover how software-defined is changing storage!
From best practices to ISO international standards, this webcast aims to help listeners navigate the complex world of business security laws giving them the confidence and knowledge to allow them to concentrate on running a successful business.Read more >
It’s time to move past the limitations of your legacy infrastructure, even if your budgets and resources are tight. Hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) is the best building block for the software-defined data center—and it’s where organizations like your’s are seeing massive savings in time and costs.
Join us for an informative webcast and learn why VMware hyper-converged software, including the radically simple Virtual SAN hyper-converged storage, makes sense as part of an HCI strategy, no matter the size of your environment and data footprint—or its performance needs..
We’ll share success stories from your peers, highlighting how they have dramatically improved performance, reduced latency, increased VDI scale, saved capital costs and more. If you’re ready to explore the next step toward a software-defined data center, this webcast will give you a good start.
The University of St Andrews was founded in 1413 and is in the top 100 Universities in the world and is one of the leading research universities in the UK.Read more >
Constrained by limited budgets and massive responsibility, the public sector has traditionally been slow to adopt new technologies. Yet it can no longer ignore the benefits of the cloud and virtualization if it wants to stay competitive in an ever changing market, and with more opportunities than ever, now is the time!
Join Chris Bone, Technical Architect & Solution Advisor at Fujitsu, as he discusses how the public sector is adopting the cloud and virtualizing, regardless of organizational size and budget; highlighting:
- Current virtualization trends in the public sector
- The latest techniques to adopt, and pitfalls to avoid
- Best practices for virtualization and new 'out of the box' solutions
- His top 5 tips for virtualization within the public sector