Over the past decade, Michigan's Department of Information Technology has cut costs by consolidating resources and standardizing its approach to better meet the needs of the state's agencies.
Cities are getting better at what they offer people online, with social media the biggest new trend, a University of Illinois at Chicago study finds. Which cities come out on top?
Agencies will need to deploy cloud and service-oriented architectures together to achieve integrated services and greater information exchange across agencies and organizations, government and industry experts say.
FOSE offers five conferences in one: program slices on cloud computing, cybersecurity, mobile computing, defense innovation and records management.
A band of hackers calling themselves "LulzSec Reborn" exposed the usernames and passwords of more than 170,000 subscribers to an online military dating service March 25. Or has it?
When the government cloud meets the burgeoning consumer cloud, service to the citizen should look more like Siri to the citizen.
The Agriculture Department's Farm Service Agency is investigating how geospatial imagery data can be delivered via cloud-based Web services.
The commission calls for greater regulation of data brokers and a Do-Not-Track option that could be made law if not adopted voluntarily.
NIST's definition of cloud computing is incomplete because it excludes big data and omits any number of "things as a service."
The state's new "collaborative ecosystem" covers more than 70 agencies and is open to other public-sector organizations.
The National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and U.S. Geological Survey are reevaluating how they use technology to better serve the public.
Federal agencies stand to become more efficient by moving to a cloud-based model, but they need a plan for getting over institutional barriers, a panel of experts says.