Enterprise Administrators are those who are actively involved in identifying, documenting, evolving, protecting, and eventually retiring corporate IT assets. These assets include corporate data, corporate development standards/guidelines, and reusable software such as components, frameworks, and services. The responsibilities of this role potentially include, but are not limited to, the responsibilities associated with traditional roles of data administrators, network administrators, reuse engineers, and software process specialists.
In many ways enterprise administrators are the “keepers of the corporate gates”, supporting project teams while at the same time guiding them to ensure that the long-term vision of the enterprise is fulfilled. An important goal is to guard and improve the quality of corporate assets, including but not limited to data.
At TAPE, for our work on a Systems Engineering Technical Assistance (SETA) contract, we performed as experienced and capable subject matter experts who were available to manage existing (as well as to add new) infrastructure to the Enterprise Network Environment within the current Risk Management Framework for DoD and Federal IT Authorization.
This included all aspects of Server Administration, Virtualization, Storage Area Networks (SAN) Management (a SAN is a dedicated network for Data Storage), Backup Management, and Group Policy Object (GPO) and Active Directory Management and Administration.
TAPE’s work included dedicated support to Customers and Tenants on the network in a timely manner to keep supported applications and data available as well as quickly resolve problems which might inhibit workflow or network stability.
Data Analytics is the process of examining large and varied data sets to uncover hidden patterns, unknown correlations, market trends, customer preferences and other useful information that can help organizations make more-informed decisions.
From a business perspective, driven by specialized analytics systems and software, data analytics can point the way to various business benefits, including new revenue opportunities, more effective marketing, better customer service, improved operational efficiency and competitive advantages over rivals.
From a military perspective, data analytics can not only be used as mentioned above, for operational efficiency, but also for more traditional areas within our military, certainly on the battlefield and in intelligence gathering. Gathering and interpreting data can answer basic questions about operations and performance.
These analytics can involve complex applications with elements such as predictive models, statistical algorithms and what-if analyses powered by high-performance analytics systems, further evolving into what is now called Predictive Analytics, to predict what the enemy’s next move will be.
From a training perspective, such analytics can be used to define the data gathered from a training capability, or a platform capability and analyzing the best way to represent that in a Live, Virtual or Constructive (LVC) training environment.
TAPE’s work in system analysis and design has been in relation to Training Support. When our nation’s gov’t and/or military need new or updated training systems designed and implemented, they first must adhere to any and all System and Analysis Design guidelines put forth by the United States Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC).
TRADOC is a command of the US Army, charged with overseeing training of Army forces and the development of operational doctrine. TRADOC further utilizes the Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JCIDS) process, to determine requirements of any new or updated system.
- Know their true security posture
- Pinpoint vulnerable paths to critical nodes
- Assess their Insider Threat level
- Assess their Insider Threat trends
- Monitor high-value suspect activity
- Identify means, methods, and co-conspirators
- Enhance investigation outcomes
- Provide performance metrics to oversight bodies
- Apply lessons learned to new predictive rules
- Thwart would-be cybertraitors
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