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14 Feb 2017

Technopedia Hits 120 Million Milestone

By |February 14th, 2017|Categories: CMDB, Enterprise Architecture, IT Asset Management, IT Service Management, Security, Software Asset Management, Uncategorized|

BDNA Technopedia has reached an impressive milestone with more than 120 million data points of timely, relevant product and market intelligence for more than 1.8 million products from more than 34,000 suppliers. That makes it the largest and most accurate technology asset source available in the industry today. No one can even come close to [...]

13 Feb 2017

Gearing Up from Reactive to Proactive Data-based Approaches for Getting Ahead of Cyber Risk

By |February 13th, 2017|Categories: Federal, Security, Uncategorized|

Learn how precise, actionable, and good data can play a critical role in dramatically reducing an agency's cyber attack surface.
23 Jan 2017

New Year, Sunny Outlook for BDNA

By |January 23rd, 2017|Categories: Uncategorized|

It’s always nice to start a new year on a positive note. BDNA announced recently that our fiscal year 2016 set a company record, with more than 70 percent year/year revenue growth. We also set a record for Q4 bookings and noted that it was our first profitable year as a company. By the way, having [...]

19 Jan 2017

Fast-Track Your Windows 10 Migration

By |January 19th, 2017|Categories: Technopedia|

Has your organization completed its migration to Windows 10? If so, congratulations! You have joined the millions of companies worldwide who have completed the migration. Based on survey results from Spiceworks, 38 percent of organizations across the globe have adopted Windows 10. If you are still planning your Windows 10 migration, how would you like [...]

20 Dec 2016

Moving From Legacy IT to Modernized, Secure IT

By |December 20th, 2016|Categories: Federal, IT Asset Management, Security|

The first step in correcting the vulnerabilities that legacy systems create is to bring more visibility to the problem. “No one government organization has enough budget on an annual basis to fix this massive problem of outdated systems,”