New tools under development help "unlock the next generation" of features for cloud and enterprise collaboration, say industry execs.
Moving SharePoint to the enterprise or cloud requires new data management and security practices, but the return is significant, experts say.
You can now write to and receive e-mail from people speaking almost any language.
Developer.data.gov is the latest in a growing list of communities designed to make practical use of the government's datasets.
Because of shortcomings in the way data on telework is collected, it will likely be years before OPM has meaningful measurements of progress, GAO says.
A new survey by the Telework Exchange shows that only 21 percent of feds regularly telework, and most of them are paying their own way.
Moving to a risk-management model of cybersecurity with continuous monitoring of systems can be difficult on a tight budget, but the savings can make it all worth the work.
The state's new "collaborative ecosystem" covers more than 70 agencies and is open to other public-sector organizations.
The MIME standard for e-mail content, launched in March 1992, changed Internet communications from plain-text messaging to a multimedia workhorse.
Microsoft is aiming to make its Windows and other tools interoperable with Apache Hadoop, a key framework for agencies pursuing big data.
The Agriculture Department's use of Microsoft's cloud and ProofPoint Enterprise Archive gives it one of the best e-discovery systems in the federal government, says USDA’s CIO Chris Smith.
Microsoft is developing a multi-tenant, government community cloud to add to the variety of cloud offerings the company provides agencies and businesses.