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Innovate Faster with Low-Code & Automation in the Cloud

<p>Organizations everywhere have prioritized the ability to adapt to rapid change, making the low-code application platform (LCAP) an essential part of the enterprise technology stack. LCAPs allow businesses to deploy applications faster than ever before, often in a matter of days to weeks.</p> <p>Leveling up to a low-code platform can help your organization get ahead of the curve. When you create apps with Appian deployed in the AWS Cloud, you should expect to build your apps 10x faster, reduce your maintenance costs by 50%, and gain superior functionality as compared to traditional development.</p> <p>Learn more by reading our Low-Code Guide.</p>

Adopting and Implementing a Transformative Digital Modernization Strategy

WWT and its trusted partners – AWS, Cohesity, Gigamon and Veritas – stand ready to support Federal agencies meet their Digital Modernization goals. Learn a

Achieving Mission Success through IT Modernization

World Wide technology and its partners stand ready to help Federal agencies meet their IT Modernization goals. Learn how your agency can take the next step

Building Better Community Involvement with AI-Powered Virtual Agents in the City of San Jose, CA

From answering an increase in calls to beautifying the city, AI-powered virtual agents helped the City of San Jose better serve constituents and improve community engagement.

Why Government Leaders Are Turning to AI

Artificial Intelligence has empowered government employees to deliver on the mission. Today, agency IT leaders are turning to AI to extract data from growing mounds of records, address higher demands on social services and rethink outdated tools and processes for scale.

A Culture of Curiosity Can Push Government AI Adoption Forward

Despite many government leaders recognizing AI as an instrumental tool for future missions, some public servants remain hesitant to take a chance on the technology. Agency leaders can remove hesitancy toward AI tools by rewarding innovators who are willing to take risks and pilot the technology.

The Impact of Exploitable Misconfigurations on Network Security

<p>Sophisticated cyber threats are headline news, right alongside attempts to defeat them. Attack strategies from hunting, detecting, and responding have rightly been under the spotlight on the cyber stage for some time, and will continue to be. It&rsquo;s a complicated journey and the&nbsp;task of defending networks against preventable attacks is no easy feat.</p> <p></p> <p>To better understand how organizations currently manage critical risks, Titania looked at misconfigured network devices and the hazards associated with them. The company commissioned an independent study of 160 senior cybersecurity decision-makers across several sectors including the U.S. Military and Federal Government. Download the report to learn more.</p>

Accelerate IT Modernization for Government and Education

Accelerate IT Modernization for Government and Education

Zero Trust For Federal Government: A Guide To Achieving Improved Cyber Security

<p>Federal agencies are under directive to implement Zero Trust to modernize U.S. Government cyber security defenses. Read this report to learn key steps toward implementing a ZTA, no matter what stage of Zero Trust maturity your agency is at &mdash;from the implementation of multi-factor authentication all the way to network micro-segmentation and automated threat detection. Our experts can recommend a clear path to stronger security based on your existing investments, in-house resources and forward-looking requirements.</p>

3 Ways Government Can Successfully Deploy AI/ML

A quick Google search for artificial intelligence can lead readers to sensational stories portraying this technology in the best — and worst — possible ways.

Enabling the Connected Warfighter

<p><strong>Are today&rsquo;s connected warfighters able to reliably and consistently login, communicate, access data, gain competitive insights and take action at the speed of relevance?</strong></p> <p></p> <p>The Joint All Domain Command and Control (JADC2)&rsquo;s guiding principles are &lsquo;Sense,&rsquo; &lsquo;Make Sense,&rsquo; and &lsquo;Act.&rsquo; This paper examines the importance of unified data, unified insights and unified remediation and how these align with JADC2&rsquo;s three principles to produce a warfighter capability to act at all levels, across all domains, with partners, to deliver information advantage at the speed of relevance.</p>

Adopting Medical Cyber Physical Systems to Keep Up with an Increasing IoT World

Cyber-attacks directed toward health care agencies can cause significant harm to institutions and the patients they serve.

Reimagine the Employee Experience

<p>A Guide for Public Sector Organizations</p>

Hiring a Diverse Public Sector Workforce

<p> <style type="text/css"><!--br {mso-data-placement:same-cell;}--> </style> What are states and localities doing to ensure that the government workforce looks more like the residents it&nbsp;serves?</p>

To Secure the Nation, Agencies Must Move Beyond Compliance and Toward Resiliency

The former Vice Director for the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Cyber J6, speaks about the need for resiliency in systems and capabilities.

Powering secure digital transformation at DoD IL5 standards

<p>With ServiceNow&#39;s National Security Cloud, you get a software as a service (SaaS) platform that addresses IL5 compliance, while realizing hard cost savings. Transform your agency&#39;s work environment-connecting teams and systems on one platform, so they can work with greater efficiency to achieve their mission.</p>

Air Force Futures

<p><em>Defense One</em> takes an in-depth look at&nbsp;the Air Force&#39;s future tech and policies.&nbsp;</p>

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