NIST's definition of cloud computing is incomplete because it excludes big data and omits any number of "things as a service."
The state's new "collaborative ecosystem" covers more than 70 agencies and is open to other public-sector organizations.
The National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and U.S. Geological Survey are reevaluating how they use technology to better serve the public.
Hackers may have had the jump on Microsoft even as it released a "critical" patch for a Windows Remote Desktop Protocol flaw in March. Five million machines could be exposed.
Federal agencies stand to become more efficient by moving to a cloud-based model, but they need a plan for getting over institutional barriers, a panel of experts says.
Mozilla and Google say they are building Windows 8-enabled browsers, and Opera Software is looking into the possibility, too. Still, it may not be as easy as with previous Windows operating systems thanks to Microsoft's new "Metro" user interface.
When we give up ownership of information and resources in favor of anywhere, any-device access, we risk trading down on security in the process.
With the spread of mobile devices and apps, the personal cloud will replace the personal computer at the center of users' digital lives, according to a report from Gartner.
The association has launched a new membership group to help technology companies take advantage of the evolving federal investment in cloud-related technologies.
In an era when even on-disk encyclopedias seem to be passé, Britannica's move to all-digital editions was inevitable.
Company recommends quick action on the vulnerability, which could leave systems open to fast-spreading worms.
The new administration walked into a White House of ancient IT and crumbling systems, CIO says.
Cloud computing could revolutionize the intelligence community's analytical and big data processing capabilities, according to an INSA white paper.
If you're new to Google Apps for Government, or even a veteran Gmail user, you might not know about these handy keyboard shortcuts, many of them single-key functions.
It's just the first bracket of Malware Madness 2012, and we already have our first upset.