Everyday we see stories in the news about external cyber threats. Yet, government cybersecurity experts know that the people on the inside pose the greatest threat to cybersecurity, and that insider threats can be far more challenging to manage.
SolarWinds provides IT management software that is both powerful and affordable to worldwide customers, from Fortune 500® enterprises to government agencies, small businesses and educational institutions.
The company delivers products that are easy to find, buy, use, maintain, and scale, regardless of the IT asset or user position, while providing the power to address all key areas of the infrastructure from on-premises to the cloud.
SolarWinds solutions are grounded in our firm connection to our user base, which interacts in our thwack online community to problem solve, distribute technology and best practices, and directly participate in our product development process.
SolarWinds federal and government
To better serve its government customers, including those in nearly every branch of the DoD and most intelligence and civilian agencies, SolarWinds opened an office in Herndon, Virginia, which hosts much of the company’s federal government team.
SolarWinds Software Europe
In 2015, SolarWinds established its National Government team in Cork, Ireland, to support central government agencies across Europe. This office reports into the federal team in Herndon.
SolarWinds serves countless government agencies worldwide, including the US Army, US Air Force, Department of Homeland Security, Defence Information Systems Agency (DISA), Department of Transportation, Department of Health and Human Services, US Marines, NASA, US Navy, North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO), UK National Health Service, UK Ministry of Defence, European Parliament and Ministry of Health, Turkey.
Through partnerships, SolarWinds provides powerful and award-winning technology to federal and government IT Pros.
Government operations improvement through cost-effective technology
David Kimball is group vice president of federal, SolarWinds. Since starting SolarWinds’ dedicated federal division in 2010, Kimball has established a specialised public sector team and built a multi-million dollar line of business alongside SolarWinds’ ever-expanding commercial business.
Kimball endorses the concept and practice of improving government operations through the use of affordable technology and makes a concerted effort to spearhead research efforts to better understand the current and evolving problems government IT Pros face.
Kimball is an American Council for Technology (ACT) Industry Advisory Council (IAC) member, and therefore engages with other experts in the industry as well as participates in the discourse about tech challenges and trends.
The European team leverages these best practices to deliver exceptional products to government customers in the EMEA region.
Eliminating complexity for IT management software
We are committed to focusing exclusively on IT Pros, and our goal is to rid the complexity instilled by traditional enterprise software vendors.
SolarWinds’ solutions for IT management span the network, systems and applications, security, databases and nearly all components of an IT infrastructure, and the software meets strict standards of quality and security for use in government agencies.
The result is IT management software that works for government, which delivers on our promise of helping IT Pros solve their daily challenges.
SolarWinds is headquartered in Austin, Texas, was established in 1999 and employs more than 1,700 people worldwide in 11 offices including Cork, Ireland; Brno, Czech Republic; Singapore; Chennai, India; and Sydney, Australia.
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Consolidation and Modernisation Chief Among Government IT Security Concerns, SolarWinds Survey Discovers
SolarWinds, a leading provider of powerful and affordable IT management software, today announced the results of its third annual Government Cybersecurity Survey, which explores the biggest barriers to improving IT security, including exposure during consolidation and modernisation processes, threats from foreign governments and careless or untrained insiders.