Microsoft disclosed more information about how Office 2010 will support the controversial ISO/IEC 29500 document format standard.
Gary Winkler, the Army program executive officer for enterprise information systems, discusses plans for the area processing centers and lessons learned in recent implementations of enterprise resource planning systems.
Red Hat showed off the latest incarnation of its JBoss Developer Studio IDE at the annual EclipseCon developer conference, as well as new versions of its JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform, and JBoss Enterprise Web Platform.
Virtualization has reduced data center footprints, but little has been done to disentangle the duplication and complexity of information and applications sitting in those servers, observes Francis Hsu, an information executive working for the Homeland Security Department.
Abilene, Texas, needed to replace outdated, stovepiped, mainframe-based HR and financial management applications and is moving to an integrated system that offers better management of complex municipal resources.
Abilene, Texas, demanded the best from its vendor in an upgrade of financial and human resources management systems.
Agencies are not including cloud computing in their modernization plans, survey shows.
QualysGuard FDCC uses a software-as-a-service model to help federal agencies scan and report compliance with FDCC regulations.
It's important to correctly estimate the strain virtualization will put on your servers. Is your data center more like a sporadically utilized home workshop? Or more like an occasionally very busy kitchen?
The 2011 budget proposal — the first the Obama administration can call its own — reinforced the administration's emphasis on gathering and communicating performance information to improve outcomes and strengthen problem-solving networks.
Software AG unveils WebMethods 8, adding more integration with BPM and SOA.
The second draft of a Smart Grid security architecture expands on the earlier version released in September, with expanded sections on privacy, vulnerability categories, potential security issues, and an overall approach to Smart Grid cyber security.
Government agencies dependent on multiple networks to separate sensitive information are likely benefit from a new alliance between Dell and Integrity Global Security.
The Defense Department’s Business Transformation Agency is working on a unified language that makes it easier to translate user requirements into a format that developers can understand to build systems that address user needs.
Dennis Wisnosky, chief technology officer of the Defense Department's Business Transformation Agency, discusses the evolution of Primitives as a way to develop a common language for system architectures.