The General Services Administration migrated its increasingly mobile 17,000 e-mail users from an aging and outdated system to the secure, cloud-based and collaborative Google Apps for Government platform.
Boston's Citizen Connect program gives residents the power to report problems and to check on fixes -- all from an Android or iPhone smart phone.
West Virginia Chief Technology Officer Kyle Schafer had one big goal as NASCIO president: successfully transition a record number of new CIOs.
Oregon CIO Dugan Petty says collaboration should extend to federal and city agencies. His other priorities: cloud computing and IT acquisition reform.
Mum's usually the word, but the tools to collaborate are proven, available and more secure than agency chiefs seem to think.
Struggling with flat budgets and severe cost-cutting, cities are turning to advanced software analytics to find hidden savings.
With critical missions to perform in space, an iPad app helps NASA personnel prepare for terrestrial disasters to ensure that they can be on the job to keep astronauts and spacecraft safe.
The Health Information Network of Arizona and OptumInsight are teaming up to create a state-wide health information exchange.
Social media tools can get the news on a disaster out fast, but the possibiity of inaccurate information calls their usefulness into question.
Recent outages for Google Docs and Office 365 add to a string of public clouds going dark.
Researchers have developed software, called SUMMIT, that allows different disaster models and simulations to share data to create a real-time picture.
When moving to the cloud, plan, plan and plan. And ask your vendor the right questions, says CBP's Wolf Tombe.