What to do when a project goes over schedule? Extend the schedule and remove product features, according to one survey.
If your agency is embarking on a virtualization project, here are some steps you should take to ensure success.
The Library of Congress is digitizing historical — and fragile — books to make them widely available as part of an open-content movement.
Draft release of FISMA guidance reflects changes in the threat environment and efforts to establish a common security baseline for IT systems across government.
A new survey indicates that more than half of government and private-sector organizations are either planning or already implementing unified communications systems.
GAO says progress is being made, but the departments’ ability to meet a September deadline for sharing data is in doubt.
The General Services Administration has added a governmentwide news feed service, a gadget gallery of online applications, and a word cloud that depicts the most popular online government content.
In the coming era of rapidly deployed, network-centric capabilities and services, streamlined governance strategies are essential to flattening, if not eliminating, speed bumps in information technology testing and certification.
Agenda would designate the cyber infrastructure a strategic asset, and calls for appointment of an adviser who would report directly to the president.
The Mobile County, Ala., district attorney's office has been using Apple MacBooks and MacBook Pro computers exclusively siince 1994.
Unisys achieves ISO 20K certification for its desktop management services line and programs.
Data center managers in both the public and private sectors report being caught between increasing demands for performance and shrinking budgets.