Fusion PPT, a recognized strategy and technology consulting firm, announced today it was selected as a finalist for the 9th Annual Small and Emerging Contractors Advisory Forum (SECAF) Awards. Winners will be announced at the SECAF Awards Gala on Tuesday, May 9, 2017, at the Hilton McLean in Tysons Corner. The commemorative event honors small […]
Fusion PPT, a recognized strategy and technology consulting firm, announced today it was appraised at level 3 of the CMMI Institute’s Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI)® for Development (DEV). CMMI is a capability improvement framework that provides organizations with the essential elements of effective processes that ultimately improve their performance. At Level 3, processes are […]
With the explosion of new technologies and IT solutions of all kinds, it’s sometimes hard to see the wood for the trees. Nevertheless, every organization must make sure that its next generation security strategy is underpinned by relevant principles and not just a laundry list of tactics and actions.
Hackers and IT security vendors have never had it so good. High-profile data breaches such as those of Anthem and Target, ransomware attacks on hospitals and the theft of $100 million from the Bangladesh Central Bank show how hackers are making their money. To combat this, IT security vendors are selling more sophisticated products to help protect clients. With more threats and more products, where does that leave the federal CIO who wants to know how security in 2017 and beyond will play out?
The need for proper IT asset management has steadily increased, therefore increasing the need for technologies like configuration management database (CMDB). Fusion PPT takes a closer look at CMDB tools and strategies to choose the best one to meet your company needs.
Some time ago, the configuration management database or CMDB was hailed by some as the silver bullet for IT asset management. Sadly, several stumbling blocks dampened the enthusiasm of more than one IT department and CMDB has since taken something of a back seat; however, recent developments in other areas of IT might just bring it to the fore again.
Local, state and federal governments have direct access to Fusion PPT’s services including CIO support, cloud computing, cybersecurity and enterprise architecture .
While many agencies have demonstrated significant improvements over the past two decades in driving closer alignment between IT and mission, the continuously changing technology landscape and shifting environmental conditions leave some organizations struggling to achieve full-mission alignment.
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According to IDG Enterprise’s 2015 Big Data and Analytics Survey, the number of organizations with deployed/implemented data-driven projects increased by 125% from 2014 to 2015. A primary reason is the promise of unlocking and analyzing data to make good, actionable decisions based on trends, forecast on goals, produce budgets and so much more.