Whitepapers


Global, Reliable, High Data-Rate Communications for Ground Users

Learn about how FlexGround takes the guesswork out of determining whether bandwidth will be available where and when you need it, leaving your teams free to work on their mission critical tasks.


The Promise of Multi-Cloud

Many government organizations that have migrated workloads to the cloud are eager to continue the journey toward greater efficiency, agility and cost savings. Yet the way forward isn’t always clear. To begin, increase visibility by understanding the resources you have and how you are using them – insights that will move you in the right direction and away from potential setbacks.


Break the Barriers of Inflight Connectivity for Government Aircraft

High-quality, uninterrupted connectivity is a requirement for government aircraft. Download this ebook from Intelsat General to learn how FlexAir overcomes common challenges to delivering the reliable in-air connectivity your government agency demands.


Investigative Analysis in Law Enforcement - i2

Unlike popular TV crime shows, discovering clues for complex crime rings takes a lot more time than an hour. Investigative analysis is a detailed tradecraft where the clues to advancing investigations and solving crimes often span numerous sources of information in multiple locations.


Why Federal Agencies Are Embracing Technology Business Management

Technology Business Management (TBM) enables federal agencies to run their IT like a business by delivering greater transparency and accountability to their IT spending, translating that IT spend into business and mission value, and powering data-driven decisions that drive IT optimization, innovation, business transformation, and improved services.


Reinvent Readiness with Cognitive Technology

Gen. Gustave (Gus) Perna, commander of the Army Materiel Command, repeatedly stresses readiness as the Army’s most fundamental priority. Defined broadly as the ability of the U.S. armed forces to perform their required missions, readiness” is shaped by many factors. These include the ability of military personnel and the availability and performance of military equipment.


Intelligence at the speed of conflict

US ground forces handle massive amounts of information and data while working under unpredictable conditions. These conditions don’t always allow military intelligence analysts access to a technologically reliable way to share information. They must overcome both enterprise communication challenges, which force them to operate, at times, with little to no access to data, and information overload when connections are available. They must also find ways to deal effectively with the complexity associated with the wide variety of evolving data sources.


Advancing Analytics with Cognitive Technology

U.S. ground forces handle a massive amount of information and data while working under unpredictable conditions. That means military intelligence analysts don’t always have a technologically reliable way to share and receive information. They must overcome both enterprise communication challenges, which force them to operate for periods with little to no access to data and information overload when connections are available.