Entries by Anna Patsel

Registration Is Open for the DC Walk for Carcinoid Cancer

Arlington, VA (September 11, 2018) – eGlobalTech has partnered with the Neuroendocrine Tumor Research Foundation (NETRF) to host the DC Walk for Carcinoid Cancer. Both organizations are raising money to fund neuroendocrine tumor research for cures and more effective treatments. All proceeds will be donated to NETRF. Only 12,000 neuroendocrine cancer cases are diagnosed each year; […]

eGlobalTech President Accepted into Forbes Business Development Council

Arlington, VA (August 27, 2018) – eGlobalTech, a leading IT, cybersecurity, and management-consulting firm, announced today that its President and Chief Strategy Officer, Branko Primetica, has been accepted into the Forbes Business Development Council, an invitation-only community for senior-level executives. Mr. Primetica joins other Forbes Business Development Council members, who are hand-selected, to become part […]


Human-Centered Design Delivers Focused and Meaningful Solutions

Human-Centered Design (HCD) begins with obtaining a deep understanding of customers’ needs and leveraging creativity and continuous feedback to better realize useful and tailored solutions. HCD provides a framework for connecting the best ideas to actual user needs – thereby producing successful solutions that last.  BACKGROUND Too often service and solution providers make assumptions about […]

eGlobalTech Won USCIS RMSS Contract

Arlington, VA (July 23, 2018) – eGlobalTech (eGT), a leading IT, cybersecurity, and management consulting firm, is pleased to announce it has been selected to continue providing the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) with risk management support services (RMSS) and Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) support services. “eGlobalTech […]

Everything-as-a-Service: Have Federal CIOs Found Their Holy Grail?

As cloud services grow in terms of capability and adoption, federal agencies are pondering whether their organizations should entrust their IT to commercial cloud providers, and more significantly, how far should they go in relying on cloud services. The concept of adopting an Everything-as-a-Service (XaaS) model is growing in popularity among industry pundits and writers. But what exactly is XaaS? XaaS is a cloud computing term for practicing […]

Revolutionizing Big Data Access and Analysis in the Cloud

THE NEED Our client, a large research agency, automated its systems for storing, disseminating and analyzing big data about molecular biology, biochemistry, and genomics support for some of the most heavily trafficked governmental sites in the world. These sites experience millions of hits daily from medical workers, researchers, and the general public. Researchers conducting analyses […]


Creating an Industry-Recognized, Cybersecurity Awareness Culture at HHS

THE NEED Large, federated government agencies like the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) face the challenge of creating an enterprise-wide culture of consistent cybersecurity best practices.  In addition to ensuring that 100 percent of the Department’s employees (80,000) and contractors (40,000) receive annual Information Security awareness training and role-based training in compliance with […]

Modernizing Legacy Applications With Microservices

BACKGROUND In both commercial and government information technology (IT), it is common to see large, monolithic applications grow in size and scope at a rapid pace to a point where the application becomes nearly unmanageable, unsustainable, and unable to adapt to changes in the business environment. The more successful an application is initially, the more […]

Succeeding in a Marriage of DevOps and Security: 5 Tips for a Happy and Prosperous Union

Why DevOps and Cybersecurity need to Marry It is well known that modernization through DevOps and cybersecurity are the two biggest IT challenges facing the federal government today—but how can federal CIOs rapidly address these issues simultaneously? Cybersecurity has historically operated as an independent entity with an emphasis on achieving compliance as opposed to engineering […]

Serverless Computing: The Next Cloud Evolution

Cloud Genetics Are Mutating Throughout evolution, there is usually a period where certain traits of an organism make little sense and become vestiges of the past, while certain genetic mutations make the organism stronger and more competitive. There is a modern example in the form of web applications. Most cloud-hosted web applications reside on dedicated […]