Dell said April 7 that it plans to spend $1 billion in cloud technology over its next fiscal year.
In one recent survey, data center managers said their budgets will not be increasing for 2011, while a second study points to rising overall IT spending budgets.
Defense Department CIO Terri Takai tells the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs committee that action is being taken to prevent another Cablegate scandal from occurring.
After two years, CIO Roger Baker says he's seeing improvements.
Organizations in Europe, Japan and the United States agree on a common method to measure energy efficiency in data centers
A new consolidated data center, part of New York City’s "NYC Simplicity" initiative, will serve up to 40 agencies.
Utah finished a multiyear data center consolidation project last summer, reducing 35 data centers to just two facilities. The move paves the way for Utah to offer cloud services to its cities and counties — and perhaps other states as well.
Underwriters Laboratories begins assessing networking equipment for performance against security threats to meet requirements of a new Texas law requiring certification of networking products.
Tangled telecommunications and electrical cables underneath the data center floor, an out-dated HVAC system, clogged pipes and an antiquated uninterruptible power system have put the SSA's National Computer Center on thin ice.
The consolidation, part of New York’s Citywide IT Infrastructure Services program, will bring 14 agencies into a consolidated data center by year's end.
Hewlett-Packard Co. launches portfolio of private cloud services, hardware and software and announces plans to jump into public cloud hosting.
The Navy has frozen its server purchases and halted the creation of new data centers in a move seen as a step toward reducing its IT infrastructure.