Government organizations are transforming the way they deliver IT resources to better protect and serve the public in today’s highly mobile, multi-device world. Departments and agencies are increasingly dynamic, requiring secure “anytime, anywhere, any device” access to critical applications and information for improved public safety presence and response time. The diversity of environments, devices, and workers — in an age of increasing cybersecurity threats — presents many new challenges that are modernizing the way government manages technology services.
Data center consolidation provides an opportunity for
academic institutions to make modest investments in people,
processes and technology in exchange for reductions in IT
capital and maintenance costs, and substantial gains in IT
agility, reliability and security. Download this brief to learn more.
Over the past several years, virtualization has made major inroads into enterprise IT infrastructures. And now it is moving into the realm of high performance computing (HPC), especially for such compute intensive applications as electronic design automation (EDA), life sciences, financial services and digital media entertainment.
The software-defined data center is beginning to reveal some benefits beyond agility, speed, and efficiency to government agencies. One critical area is security. Read this brief to find out how VMware is making micro-segmentation operationally feasible in the data center for the first time.