The Epoch Blog
Today edge computing is poised to transform the way federal agencies and private businesses handle large volumes of data and real-time decision-making in distributed environments. According to Accenture, 9 in 10 federal leaders say edge computing is important for meeting mission needs - meanwhile, 78% predict that edge solutions will have a major impact on artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML).
Following the arrival of executive order (EO) 14028 in May of 2021, zero trust architecture (ZTA) has emerged as a new and better cybersecurity paradigm for protecting IT resources in federal environments. With the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) directing agencies to achieve certain zero trust goals by the end of 2024, it will likely determine the shape of federal cybersecurity for years to come.
In this article we would like to explore Hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) and how it helps government and commercial businesses to address a variety of IT challenges. More organizations than ever before are counting on quicker and more dependable storage performance. By merging compute, storage, and networking into a single system of HCI, businesses can simplify management, consolidate resources, and lower operating costs.
A new year is just around the corner, and defense undersecretary for research and engineering, Heidi Shyu, recently expanded the Pentagon’s list of technologies for prioritized development. The usual suspects are included, such as artificial intelligence (AI) and cybersecurity – but so are some unusual ones, like materials science and biotechnology.
Today's organizations struggle with a paradox: we live in the most technologically advanced period of history. Yet, while we all use technology to make our personal and professional lives better, our trust in those technologies has never been lower.