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Agencies hope to consolidate 1200 data centers by the end of 2015. Consolidating data centers is more than moving hardware. It's an opportunity to modernize, reduce space requirements, improve performance, and cut energy consumption. The Path to FDCCI Compliance panel discusses technical, financial and operational challenges/successes with executives from NOAA, USDA, ThunderCat Technology and NetApp!
January 31st, 2012
The federal government has a new "cloud first" technology policy, meaning that IT systems should be using web-based applications hosted by trusted vendors whenever a secure, reliable, cost-effective cloud option exists. All agencies must move at least 3 systems "to the cloud" by mid-2012. Email and workplace collaboration applications are among the most popular early choices of applications being moved to the cloud, with a number of agencies already successfully moving to web-based email. Which agencies are leading the way, and what can other federal employees learn from their experience? Join us for a discussion on Federal News Radio to learn more.
December 13th at 12pm
Program will discuss Updates & Progress on Emerging Technologies (Cybersecurity-Geospatial-Big Data-Virtualization & Mobility Trends), Best Practices & Benefits of Technologies, Challenges or major hurdles to still overcome, and A Vision for The Future.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has moved its 25,000 employees, contractors and associates to Google Apps for Government's cloud-based email service.
From the data management panel discussion, NOAA's Joseph Klimavicz discussed the agency's response during the Gulf Coast oil spill.