FedRAMP faces a wide array of serious challenges – fault lines in its foundation. But it’s mandatory for Federal agency cloud deployments and needs to succeed if the government is to ever capitalize on the promise of cloud. What can Feds do to improve and embrace the FedRAMP process? […]
The Federal IT community recognizes improving Fed IT means overhauling how agencies procure and distribute IT services. With growing data and shrinking budgets, Feds are turning to cloud, “as-a-Service,” and OpEx vs. CapEx dollars. How can agencies best tackle cloud procurement?[…]
MeriTalk asked Federal information technology/data center professionals to predict the future of the data center. The study found that Uncle Sam could save $10 billion through data center modernization. Can we make it work?[…]
Millennials have grown up with technology at their fingertips and smartphones in their pockets. How do America’s most tech-savvy voters feel about tech policy?[…]
Healthcare leaders are bringing data, applications, and analytics together — to fast track time to actionable insights for operational, financial, and clinical improvements. View our infographic to learn how health IT leaders are making a splash with predictive analytics – now and in the future.[…]
Keeping up with – or preferably ahead of – advances in technology is absolutely necessary for those involved in government IT. MeriTalk features not only the latest research affecting federal technology, but also more in-depth studies that examine how those developments are likely to impact the government IT realm.
MeriTalk federal IT research covers a variety of subjects, including how to make the best use of Big Data, the safest use of cloud computing, and other cybersecurity topics that affect all government agencies.