As defense agencies embrace cloud computing, many are finding that cloud solutions deemed good enough for consumers can't handle their unique requirements.
Congress should set aside partisan differences to pass legislation that would require cybersecurity standards to protect U.S. critical infrastructure.
Highway safety groups' strategy, called Toward Zero Deaths, is ambitious, but data analytics combined with the "Four Es" make it possible.
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.
Mum's usually the word, but the tools to collaborate are proven, available and more secure than agency chiefs seem to think.
Over the next decade, the word "telework" will be as outdated as a rotary phone, writes Force 3's Chris Knotts.
A private cloud might be a way for some "server huggers" to extend the status quo, but don’t let that obscure the greater value to government agencies.
Virtualization offers agency IT shops many benefits, but it’s also rife with pitfalls that can make it a network killer.
The best strategy for cloud migration is identifying applications that will generate the most benefits, including cost savings, scalability of services and streamlined IT and services management.
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.
The history of time sharing, starting with General Electric's 1960s GE 225 computer, provides lessons for today's evolving cloud computing marketplace.