Whitepapers


Avoid Information Overload

So what constitutes effective, comprehensive information governance in 2016? It’s about being able to see what you have, understanding the gaps, and devising a strategy to fill those gaps. Once that’s done, the next step is taking action by implementing policies to align behaviors with goals. Only then can an agency begin to truly improve data management and risk, avoid liabilities and costs, and ensure the valuable information is fully accessible. Download this helpful report to learn how agencies are using information governance tools to increase overall efficiency and productivity.


Information Warfare Evolves with the Times

Download this informative Event Overview from the recent event titled "Network-Centric Warfare: Next Steps to Achieving the Vision" to learn how the navy takes an enterprise-level view to deliver new technologies and data to the warfighter.


One Size Does Not Fit All

Mission-critical workers rely on mobile technology in a range of extreme environments where device failure is not an option. However, with so many “ruggedized” mobile computers on the market, it can be challenging to determine which technology, laptop or tablet, will best meet their needs. New rugged detachable laptops are emerging that offer the best of both worlds in a single device. This whitepaper will take a close look at the usage modes of the fully rugged detachable Panasonic Toughbook 20 laptop, along with examples of different tasks military and EMS workers may encounter on the job.


Digital Dialogue: Control the Data

Data is getting a lot of attention as a critical element to unleashing the full potential of government information technology. And it can be vital—as long as it’s handled properly. Download this digital dialogue to hear from the Army’s chief data officer on the strategies to make mission data more usable and manageable.


The Evolving Face of Cyber Threats

Cyberattacks are a clear and present threat to government agencies. The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) estimated the annual global cost of cybercrime is upwards of $445 billion in a 2014 study. The report further states the average cyberattack continues undetected for several months. Full and detailed data analysis is one of the only emerging ways to get ahead of these threats. According to industry experts, cyber threat analysis currently relies on automated as well as human input.


Fighting Cybercrime with Actionable Insights

Download this Infographic to learn how you can fight cybercrime with actionable insights using IBM i2 Enterprise Insight Analysis. Learn how cyber criminals can be identified and disrupted with the same data they use to exploit companies!


One Size Does Not Fit All

Mission-critical workers rely on mobile technology in a range of extreme environments where device failure is not an option. However, with so many “ruggedized” mobile computers on the market, it can be challenging to determine which technology, laptop or tablet, will best meet their needs. New rugged detachable laptops are emerging that offer the best of both worlds in a single device. This whitepaper will take a close look at the usage modes of the fully rugged detachable Panasonic Toughbook 20 laptop, along with examples of different tasks military and EMS workers may encounter on the job.


DOD Doubles Down on Apps

Read this informative overview of what lies ahead in cybersecurity. Learn how DOD leaders are working to ensure a steady stream of app development amidst current security concerns.