Forrester report, which evaluates nine SOA application gateway vendors, emphasizes attack protection and processing across multiple services.
The shift to the new generation of Internet protocols has begun in earnest, and organizations should begin planning for how IPv6 will be integrated into the enterprise.
Sometimes a small company is more innovative than bigger market leaders, said Washington state IT specialist John Allen.
The push toward mobile technologies and teleworking won't eliminate office printing, but it could help reduce it at last.
The agency budget has become the most terrifying thing in the federal world. Here are a few steps you can take (note: don't back into a dark room) to survive the blades, teeth and tentacles of the slashers.
Three recurring conflicts born of well-meaning but often diametrically opposed IT forces keep haunting IT systems development.
The Transportation Security Administration took over the program to create an airline passenger watchlist and created a system with ultra-high availability, no single points of failure and trusted privacy protections.
As a black-tie crowd of government and industry IT luminaries gathered at the GCN Awards Gala, common themes were teamwork, public service and the important contributions of the younger generation.
Project management software lets the state's PMO dashboard its projects, score them against strategic goals and save money in the process.
Three federal agency IT leaders offer a snapshot of how they are implementing aspects of the government's 25-point IT plan.
A company survey states that human error is at the root of 80 percent of network downtime.
The Federal Protective Service's costs for developing a new risk assessment system have tripled, and the system is two years behind schedule, a new report from GAO says.