Dell Software helps government, education, and healthcare organizations of all sizes to dramatically reduce complexity and risk to unlock the power of IT. Our simple yet powerful software – combined with Dell hardware and services – provide scalable, integrated solutions to drive the value and accelerate the results you organization needs to achieve your objectives and mission.
Our reliable, end-to-end solutions for cybersecurity, mobile workforce management, information management, data center and cloud management, and data protection help you:
- Transform your IT infrastructure -– physical, virtual, and cloud -- to make it more efficient and effective.
- Connect your users securely to your infrastructure no matter what device they’re using – PCs, tablets, or smartphones.
- Inform your users with the ability to manage and analyze structured, semi-structured, and unstructured data from any source.
- Protect and secure your applications, systems, devices, and data, mitigating the risk of internal and external threats.
Dell Software works directly with agencies and partners with systems integrators. Our solutions and services can be purchased through various federal and state and local contracts.
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For federal agencies, addressing cybersecurity threats while maintaining mission-critical operations is a challenge. The NIST Cybersecurity Framework promises to help agencies meet these dual needs. But in these early days of the Framework rollout, agencies may find implementation comes with its own set of challenges. How can agencies navigate the Framework to most effectively implement the guidelines?
Government networks are targets for systematic probing and attacks and the exploitation of application vulnerabilities, from both external and internal sources. This document details how DellÃ¢Â Â¢ SonicWALLÃ¢Â Â¢ solutions help improve government network security.
Powering security at all levels of government with simpler, more connected IT.
Between the demands of meeting federal IT compliance mandates, increasing cybersecurity threats, and ever-shrinking budgets, it’s not uncommon for routine maintenance tasks to slip among state and local government IT departments. If it’s been months, or even only days, since you have maintained your systems, your agency may not be prepared for a compliance audit—and that could have severe financial consequences. Regardless of your mission, consistent systems keep your data secure, your age