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Annual IACP Meeting and Technology‘s Impact on Law Enforcement
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A unique opportunity is upon police leaders and the technology vendors that support the law enforcement community as The International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) conducts its annual meeting in Chicago, Oct. 25-27.

Posted by: on October 25th, 2015

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Lessons Learned Late: Things I Wish I had Known before Leaving Government
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During my tenure in government, I oversaw a period of great change in technology solutions and business models, giving me a perspective that is helpful as I now work with federal clients.

Posted by: on September 29th, 2015


Part 2: Improved Border Security, Faster Border Clearance and Reduced Cost – “Choose Any Two”?
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In Part 2 of our series on Improved Border Security, we discuss the benefits of using advanced targeting analytics.

Posted by: on July 16th, 2015


Part 1: Improved Border Security, Faster Border Clearance and Reduced Cost – “Choose Any Two”?
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How enabling technologies can help Australia meet enhanced security, faster border clearance and reduced cost.

Posted by: on July 14th, 2015


We’ve Come A Long Way…
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Historically, domestic violence was treated as a private matter best dealt with by family and clergy, outside the responsibility of the criminal justice system. Fortunately, the situation has improved dramatically over the last decade. Women and men have demanded enactment and increased enforcement of domestic violence laws.

Posted by: on October 27th, 2014


Field Supervision of Parolees and Probationers Using Smart Technologies
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A fundamental challenge for the justice system lies in harnessing data available through smart technology. Data must be accessed and mobile devices used in new ways, so that both better decisions are made and supervision times are more productive.

Posted by: on September 26th, 2014


Federal Data Center Optimization: Data Center Infrastructure Management
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Federal agencies have been mandated to consolidate data centers and take a “cloud first” approach to workload placement. Meanwhile, budget constraints are driving the need for more efficient data centers. To meet mandates and drive efficiencies, accurate and detailed IT asset and infrastructure information is required.

Posted by: on August 27th, 2014


Law Enforcement and Justice, Part Two: The Impact of Technology on 21st Century Policing
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Responding to the challenges of 21st century policing requires law enforcement officers to have a clear sense of direction, resilience, and the ability to inspire and motivate teams through change; and this change can be facilitated by technological innovation.

Posted by: on July 30th, 2014


Law Enforcement and Justice, Part One: The Challenges of Modern Policing
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From global terrorist threats and trans-national organised crime, to hackers accessing personal information to facilitate multi-million dollar fraud, law enforcement agencies across the world have never before faced such a range and depth of challenges to the safety and security of their citizens. Evidently, crime rates are rising and people are feeling more vulnerable than ever.

Posted by: on June 3rd, 2014


What to Look for When Choosing an Enterprise Cloud for SAP
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“Enterprise-class” is defined by your agency’s requirements not the service provider. In simple terms, an enterprise cloud is one that meets your SAP performance requirements as it pertains to reliability and total cost of ownership. It’s that easy.

Posted by: on March 28th, 2014

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