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Migrating to the cloud requires hybrid, multi-cloud software, platforms and environments.
A rapidly shifting cyber threat landscape requires continuous verification of cloud infrastructure, especially as cloud adoption surges
As agencies look to replace legacy systems with the cloud, zero trust has risen as a best cybersecurity practice
Federal health agencies and organizations are looking toward cloud-based architectures
High-level perspective on ongoing priorities in data management and cloud security.
Robotic process automation has shown considerable promise for reducing the time necessary to validate federally managed benefits and streamline customer service.
As agencies continue to modernize and move away from their legacy systems, how are they reshaping their IT infrastructure and leveraging data to transform their enterprise?
A Forum on Digital Modernization and COVID-19 Response at Veterans Affairs
InfoSec, Women in Cyber Leadership, and Cyber Resiliency Panels
Watch a recap of our most recent event video, Artificial Intelligence: New Horizons in Medicine
Federal leaders discuss the future of work, including the tools and services that are enabling a safe and informed workforce.
Virtual event held in June of 2020
AI and big data are among the tech opportunities in the agency's IT modernization.
Representatives from HHS, CMS, and Veterans Affairs detail their agency’s approach to centralizing data, building interoperability, and protecting the integrity and security of their platforms.
The Congressman and practicing physician discusses the challenges around reconciling privacy legislation with nationwide EHR systems, and the benefits of AI for healthcare.
Government health care leaders will discuss the opportunities and challenges presented by artificial intelligence, data analytics and robotic process automation.
Deputy Secretary Eric Hargan explained how these initiatives will carve the path forward for the agency.