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The Cyber Security Executive Order: How to Make White House Goals a Reality

The White House recently signed the long-awaited cyber security executive order (EO), emphasizing the importance the administration is putting on managing cyber risk across government. This EO is a step in the right direction as it places a level of accountability on federal agencies to protect critical data through IT modernization, better cyber hygiene and […]

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Rob Chee

June 5, 2017

Cloud  •  Cyber Security  •  IT Modernization  •  Networking

You’ve Heard of Telehealth, But Have You Considered Remote Wound Care?

Once only imagined in sci-fi movies, today, technology can monitor one’s health. Telehealth is an industry experiencing rapid growth due to technological advancements and the time and cost savings it brings to both the patient and provider. In fact, a UC Davis Study to determine cost savings of pediatric telehealth versus rural emergency departments revealed […]

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Peter Metcalfe

June 2, 2017

Telehealth

Campus Networks: The Next Frontier for SDN?

There is no disputing that software-defined networking (SDN) has brought new levels of capabilities to networking in the data center while reducing operator errors, overhead, and complexity. These same benefits can be extended to campus networking for many customers. Campus networks actually do share many of the same network challenges as data centers but for […]

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Greg Stemberger

Hyperconverged Infrastructure: The Data Center Optimization Solution Government Agencies Can No Longer Ignore

Once upon a time, managing applications was a fairly straight forward process.  In that simpler world, IT staff delivered applications utilizing dedicated file servers consisting of compute, memory and storage. This nostalgic data center environment was easy to manage and maintain. As time went on, however, the application infrastructure became virtualized, storage shared, and the […]

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Gary DePreta

Analytic Technologies are the Future of Physician-Patient Care

Clinicians drown in documentation, from justifying their treatment decisions to charting their compliance with the latest protocols – even in feeding electronic records systems. Once fed, these systems make it difficult to retrieve data important to clinical decision-making. Often in healthcare, too many technologies build barriers instead of bridges to finding crucial information and turning […]

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John Criswell

April 3, 2017

Big Data & Analytics  •  Data Center  •  Telehealth

IoT Dictates Top IT Trends Tackled at Iron Bow’s 2017 Engineering Summit

This year’s Iron Bow Technologies Engineering Summit took place March 6-8, 2017, bringing together the great minds that make up Iron Bow and its innovative partners. At the event, IT experts took part in conversations looking at both the current and future state of technology across the private and public sector. Wireless and data analytics […]

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TechSource Editor

3 Top Security Takeaways from RSA 2017 to Keep in Mind Throughout the Year

RSA Conference 2017 boasted 15 keynotes and more than 700 speakers, 500 sessions and 43,000 attendees. There was much to be learned by many, February 13-17, in sunny San Francisco with discussions on cyber in the news to innovation unimagined. RSA is “where the world talks security” and this year was no exception. The event […]

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TechSource Editor

March 9, 2017

Cyber Security  •  Digitization + IoT

Easing Federal Cyber Workforce Pains with Security Monitoring as-a-Service

It is no secret that keeping our top cyber security professionals inside the federal government continues to be an issue. At the same time, cyber security is a threat to our nation that is only growing. The new administration is expected to soon sign an executive order outlining an aggressive plan to tackle the mounting […]

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Rob Chee

March 6, 2017

Cyber Security

The Federal IT Future is Software-Defined

More and more often, federal agencies are choosing not to be limited by the IT shackles that hardware presents. A rapidly growing trend in federal IT is a turn toward leveraging software-defined networking in very specific use-cases, through which organizations have found new levels of IT agility and enhanced networking capabilities, leading to better mission […]

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Greg Stemberger

February 28, 2017

Cyber Security  •  Networking  •  Software-defined Networking

How to Save A Life: Telehealth Innovation and the Department of Veterans Affairs

A U.S. soldier has just returned home from deployment. The past years of his life have been structured and strenuous, and he begins to notice that he is having trouble readjusting to the civilian lifestyle. The veteran is plagued with crippling fear and paranoia and struggles to socialize. The isolation leads to feelings of depression, […]

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Shannon Leininger

February 8, 2017

Telehealth

Inauguration 2017: How Can Agencies Meet Administration Expectations?

Today, January 20, 2017, President Donald Trump officially takes office. While federal experts have been speculating for months around priorities of the new administration, we will soon find out what is top of mind. Above all else, government cyber security has proven itself a clear front-runner in 2016 discussions, and will need to remain so […]

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Jim Smid

January 20, 2017

Cloud  •  Cyber Security  •  IT Modernization

New Iron Bow Call Center Drives Economic Development and Community Wellness in Tampa Area

In January 2017, members of the Hillsborough County community and Bob Buckhorn, the mayor of Tampa, joined Iron Bow for the grand opening of a new call center. The state-of-the-art 24,000 square-foot facility is the result of a contract awarded in October 2016. Iron Bow is looking forward to expanding the presence of telehealth in […]

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TechSource Editor

January 8, 2017

Managed Services

PODCAST: Looking Back at 2016: The Year of SDN

What were some of the biggest trends in IT networking this year? That was the question posed when we sat down with Greg Stemberger, Technical Director of the NextGen Networking Practice at Iron Bow Technologies, for a recent podcast on TechSource. According to Stemberger, he said without a doubt, software-defined networking (SDN) was the most […]

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TechSource Editor

December 20, 2016

Networking  •  Software-defined Networking