- By December 11th, 2014Read More »
At NJVC, we’ve grown from a single contract to a large company with a simple goal: Make IT work for your mission, rather than make your mission work for IT.
As a systems integrator with a focus on continual IT optimization, we look for opportunities to reduce the drag of inefficient IT. With our latest partnership announcement, we feel like we’ve once again offered our customers an increased level of tailor-fit IT.
- June 11th, 2014Read More »
The U.S. military, like other federal government entities, is transitioning to the cloud due to a variety of critical factors, particularly mission interoperability and diminishing budgets. However, military IT decision makers still have many questions impacting the pace of migration.
- What are the real benefits of the cloud?
- When is it best to move to a private or public cloud environment?
- What are cloud service brokers and what role do they play?
- October 17th, 2013Read More »
Is all the hype about the benefits of cloud computing true or just lip service? Are security considerations an issue for the push for government adoption? Are government agencies really embracing the cloud? What does the future hold for cloud in the federal government?
- September 12th, 2013Read More »
Ninety-six hours passed.
From the time U.S. military response personnel arrived in Haiti following the country's catastrophic 2010 earthquake, 96 hours—four full days—passed before the first data center was operational in theater, according to remarks given by General Eric Vollmecke with the Air National Guard who helped lead the response effort.
- September 5th, 2013Read More »
Cloud computing will transform the future of disaster response and help save lives.
The Network Centric Operations Industry Consortium (NCOIC) will provide a special, real-time demonstration, created on behalf of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, Sept. 12, on how an interoperable community cloud can greatly improve emergency response time and management, and provide significant cost savings compared to deployment of a traditional IT infrastructure.
- August 14th, 2013Read More »
In a late July memo the Office of Management and Budget requested cloud services brokerage.
Well, not in so many words.
Rather, OMB requested increased use of evidence in 2015 budget proposals and in evaluation of existing programs to, in the words of agency leadership, “continually improve program performance by applying existing evidence about what works generating new knowledge and using experimentation and innovation to test new approaches to program delivery.”
- August 1st, 2013Read More »
Two stories sat atop baseball's marquee in the final days of July.
The first was the non-waiver trade deadline, baseball’s annual pros-for-prospects surge staffing. The second was the pending punishment of Alex Rodriguez, the former sweet-swinging shortstop turned sullen slugger turned cautionary tale and financial wild pitch of the New York Yankees.
Tucked in that double play of headlines was an impromptu lesson about the value of cloud services brokers (CSBs).