Well-designed metadata will enable the description, discovery and reuse of data assets in the cloud and help break down agency silos.
Using well-designed and well-written programming tests for job applicants is worth the effort.
The announcement by IBM that it would add Watson-like technologies as a cloud service signals the beginning of a race to build the brainiest cloud.
The knowledge graphs behind Microsoft's virtual assistant can be applied by agencies to build searchable stores of organizational knowledge.
How you categorize your data is key to being able to compare and contrast what you collect and, ultimately, make better decisions.
Developer documentation shows agile development practices were used in building the site. Here's where that could have hurt.
The company is putting a lot of resources into its effort to attract government cloud customers. Does it have an advantage over the competition?
It makes for a great catch phrase -- and it does really exists -- but don't get carried away with the hype.
IBM's challenge to Amazon's CIA contract is evidence that cloud is the next enterprise battlefield.
HHS should come clean about the system design, architecture and elasticity -- or lack of all three -- in the health care exchange website.