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Using Advanced Analytics to Facilitate Intelligence Analysis
Using traditional tools and manual approaches, intelligence analysts are asked to do the impossible find hidden threats based on only
a few data fragments. Now, advanced analytics with built-in alert systems can be set up to proactively identify, prioritize and present
information to analysts based on pattern identification and quantification of risk. This paper explores how government agencies
can use advanced analytics to link disconnected data and provide answers to complex questions.
A Business Model for an Interoperable World
Author: RTI Inc.
You CAN develop interoperable systems affordably.
Use the new RTI open source model.
RTI helps you sustain your software development culture affordably so you
can concentrate on high-quality, reliable, and effective interoperable systems.
The RTI Infrastructure Community program includes an option for a completely
free version of RTI Connext DDS. Commercial RTI products use a simple,
predictable, and easily-scaled pricing model.
Recommended Best Practices for the Design of Secure
Multi-Domain KVM and Video Routing Systems
When mission-critical applications for C4ISR are involved, system integrators and
administrators understand that it is essential to provide users with secure and high
performance KVM and video extension and routing systems that leave little room
for downtime. This white paper from Thinklogical outlines the best practices for
designing and implementing secure visual computing environments for command
and control that meet demanding Information Assurance standards.
Understanding Adoption Trends and Storage
Requirements of Virtual Desktop Environments
Sponsor: ARROW IDC OPINION: Centralized virtual desktops (CVDs) (also commonly referred to as virtual
desktop infrastructure [VDI]) is a relatively young and rapidly growing segment of the IT
industry. User adoption and deployment preferences are still evolving. As such, an analysis
of the most prevalent use cases for the technology and the most valuable technology
attributes are important in understanding how technology suppliers and firms adopting
CVD can best work together to ensure successful deployments. For CVD proof of concepts
(POCs), storage infrastructure can present both economic and technical challenges,
which may stymie broader-scale CVD implementations. This IDC study identifies
which storage technologies and attributes are most useful within a CVD environment.
Taking Big Data to the Cloud
Cloud computing has become a viable, main-
stream solution for pay as you go data process-
ing, storage and distribution. However, companies
that work with big data have been unable to
realize the clouds full potential, due to the inher-
ent performance bottlenecks of moving big data
in, out and across cloud infrastructures using TCP
and HTTP. Aspera has solved the big data chal-
lenge with next generation transfer technology
available on demand as a subscription service.
Moving Big Data at Maximum
Speed Over Wide Area Networks
In this digital world, fast and reliable movement of
digital data, including massive file sizes over global
distances is vital to business success. However
TCP has inherent bottlenecks in performance
especially for networks with high round-trip time
(RTT) and packet loss. Aspera’s patented fasp(TM)
transfer technology is an innovative software
that eliminates the fundamental shortcomings of
conventional, TCP-based file transfer technologies
to maximize the utilization of available bandwidth
and deliver unmatched transfer speeds with
guaranteed delivery time regardless of file size,
transfer distance or network conditions.
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