CPE, a part of the Security Content Automation Protocols, is being updated to help enable automated monitoring and assessment of government IT systems.
The enterprise e-mail initiative has had its struggles, but is moving 1,000 accounts a night into DISA's cloud.
Research and Motion has announced an array of new products and features for its BlackBerry mobile devices, including new smart phones and enterprise management tools.
A broadband super network in Houston will manage traffic signals, read water meters and provide low-cost public Internet access, at a fraction of the cost of Wi-Fi.
The National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace envisions an industry-led ecosystem to securely manage identities in cyberspace; the test of its success might well be government's willingness to adopt it.
Microsoft, which picked up a block of slightly used IPv4 addresses from bankrupt Nortel, has agreed to transfer them according to official policy, heading off a confrontation over who controls the legacy addresses.
The days-long failure of Amazon Web Service's Elastic Cloud Compute was an acute reminder of what can go wrong in the cloud, but one federal website also demonstrated how to be ready.
Massive datasets created by new cloud platforms will put a heavy burden on government IT managers. Here’s what you can do about it.
The EPA's CIO has set five priorities for driving IT management in a time of fiscal restraint.
Defense Department CIO Teri Takai cautions against jumping into the cloud without the right organization or strategy.
These emerging technologies will make mobile, wireless computing the dominant platform of the future.
Modernizing old applications could free a lot of money that is sunk into operations and maintenance, write two executives at Unisys Federal Systems.
Current governance techniques were devised in a less-connected age. The path forward lies in next-generation governance — not as a mere catch phrase, but as a tactile, sustainable method of operations, write Fred Knops and Mike Isman of Booz Allen Hamilton.
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.
NASA has launched a contest for clever programmers to come up with new tools to help mine the extensive planetary information collected in the agency's databases.