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FCW : September 30, 2013
22 September 30, 2013 FCW.COM Federal List Verivo Software, which offers an enterprise mobile app development platform, counts the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. among its government customers. The company also has a presence with state and local agencies. "We have seen most federal orga- nizations recognize the BYOD trend, and that has led them to focus on identifying and developing enterprise mobile apps that increase workforce ef ciency and leverage the computing horsepower now available," said T.L. Neff, executive vice president of global client services at Verivo. "Ithasalsoledtoariseintheuseof enterprise mobility platforms to gain further control over the mobile app development process," he added. Mobile Reach, a provider of enter- prise mobility software solutions, has made the military and government systems integrators key markets for its products. The company has found government business in asset and equipment management projects in which smartphones or bar code scan- ners are used to update a central asset repository. Mobile security Agencies need to do more than nd better ways to develop mobile appli- cations --- they must secure the apps as well. Fixmo, which provides mobile risk management solutions, said the Air Force is expanding its use of Fixmo s mobile device management, device integrity veri cation, and secure con- tainer solutions for smartphones and tablets. The company also worked with DISA, Samsung and General Dynam- ics to develop the Security Technical Implementation Guides governing the use of the Samsung KNOX security solution for Galaxy smart phones. "The use of mobile technology is reaching a critical inflection point within the U.S. federal government and the Department of Defense," said Bruce Gilley, president of Fixmo U.S. "It s no longer about remote access to email and calendaring. It s about empowering government employees and war ghters to take full advantage of the latest innovations in commercial mobile technology to execute on their missions in the most ef cient and effec- tive way possible." KoolSpan develops hardware-based encryption and security applications for smartphones, tablets, desktop PCs, laptops and servers. As part of its gov- ernment push, the company announced hardware-based voice encryption for iPhones. And in the eld of secure mobile le sharing, Accellion counts NASA, the Coast Guard and the Energy Depart- ment among its federal customers. The company was also included on Interior s Foundation Cloud Hosting Services vehicle. Storage management As data continues to accumulate at astounding rates, agencies need to get the most out of their storage resourc- es. They also need to boost storage performance to keep pace with vir- tualized environments and protect data at rest. Atlantis Computing, which offers storage input/output acceleration through its ILIO software, won new federal customers in scal 2013, includ- ing the Army, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center and DOE. The company also recently entered into a partnering arrangement with IBM to provide three bundles focused on the federal sector. The bundles target vir- tual desktop environments and com- bine IBM storage systems with ILIO software. "Solutions that can reduce [capital and operating expenditures] continue to enjoy signi cant adoption in the fed space, as the large deployed IT infra- structure requires signi cant ongoing investment for continuing operations," said Joel Davis, vice president of North America sales at Atlantis Computing. "Data center virtualization, develop- ment of private and/or hybrid clouds, and desktop virtualization are three of the areas that we see the most growth with our fed engagements," he added. 1. @RICKHOLGATE You can monitor scores of federal IT news sources. Or you can follow Rick Holgate, CIO for @ATFHQ, and nd most of it in his Twitter feed. 2. @CASEYCOLEMAN Casey Coleman, CIO for @USGSA, tends to share more mainstream tech stories, with a dose of agency news for good measure. 3. @DAN_MUNZ As product director for @CFPB, Dan Munz is all about engagement. For proof, look at his tweets. 4. @BETHBECK As be ts her outreach manager job, Beth Beck tweets a ton of @NASA news. But she also has a thing for startups. 5. @FARZAD_ONC If health IT is your bag, @ONC_HealthIT's Farzad Mostashari is your guy --- despite his plans to be become an ex-fed. 6. @JEANNEHOLM Got a question about #opendata? Jeanne Holm, @usdatagov evangelist, probably has the answer --- or is tweeting with someone who does. 7. @JUSTINHERMAN Justin Herman, GSA's staunchest #social- gov advocate, tweets early and often on everything from agency IT to #karaoke. --- FCW staff feds to follow on Twitter Following @stevenvDC is all well and good, but these agency IT leaders are truly taking part in the Twitter conversation.
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