Virtual desktop environments can create I/O storms that clog performance, but new tools can keep traffic moving.
The innovative technologies in the administration's "anywhere, anytime, any device" digital strategy will ride on the cloud, a former federal CIO says.
The Navy is using a computer game to crowdsource ideas to help make our fighting forces more efficient -- and less costly.
The General Services Administration's USASpending.gov website is using the GCE Big Data and Analytics Cloud for storing and managing large volumes of data.
The MCX will use SAS to perform cluster analyses, which will help it gain better insight into the unique and changing needs of the local population.
Georgia is using the LexisNexis Tax Refund Investigative Solution in a pilot program to mitigate identity fraud and has awarded the company a contract to continue the effort.
After tornadoes ripped through nearby Springfield, the technology director of Dedham decided it was time to move data backup and recovery to the cloud.
A new security certification allows federal agencies to use Red Hat's Enterprise Linux 5 with the KVM hypervisor on IBM systems for a variety of command and control and secure operations.
Successfully virtualizing some of its servers helped the Internal Revenue Service save $10.2 million in equipment costs over two years.
The federal government's big-data initiative fills key research and development gaps where industry fears to tread.
DARPA is looking at the gaming industry to help it design medical training and education software for use on mobile devices.
In moving to a virtual data center, Madison County, Ind., found that security in a virtual world can be at least as good as in a physical environment.