After a three-day outage, Amazon Web Services has restored service for a majority of its customers.
Interior, ATF and GSA try to work out the details regarding infrastructure and application issues of deploying wireless technology.
Microsoft has announced a licensing change that may make it easier for PowerShell to be devised for use on platforms other than Windows.
About a week after its public dispute over Google Apps for Government's FISMA certification, Microsoft announced that its cloud-based suite of applications has passed muster for government use.
What can go wrong with cloud computing? A cutting-edge Energy Department collaboration website hosted by Amazon’s Elastic Compute Cloud went dark not for a matter of minutes or hours, but days.
Amazon's extended outage at one of the data centers that hosts cloud services could be of concern for agencies being ordered to move some applications to the cloud.
Modernizing old applications could free a lot of money that is sunk into operations and maintenance, write two executives at Unisys Federal Systems.
We might be entering a new Tower of Babel age in which the proliferation of devices and standards makes it harder, not easier, to collaborate, writes consultant Dennis McDonald.
Cloud computing has revolutionized how the federal government stores and accesses data, but now the Army is taking it all the way to Afghanistan.
Price, ease of setup and its perfect niche features make the RHUB TurboMeeting 200 a device that could find a home in any organization that hosts meetings and should pay for itself in less than a year.
The Defense Department is deploying thin clients to breathe new life into a sluggish electronic health records system.
The Steelhead appliance from Riverbed Technology uses wide-area network optimization techniques to reduce or eliminate the nagging problem of latency in the cloud.