Despite the controversy it sparks, artificial intelligence is no longer an exotic rarity that only thrives in research labs and ivory towers; instead, AI applications are becoming mainstream in the public and private sectors.
Application containers like Docker will simplify application deployment across multiple platforms, including across multiple cloud providers.
The integration of testing into the coding part of the development lifecycle is a good thing, but don't go too far by fostering a brute-force, test-first and test-everything approach.
Cisco’s fog computing is an ill-conceived marketing metaphor that further confuses the cloud market.
In the last few weeks, talk of data transparency is working its way into the national (dinner) conversation.
Standards are vital to both cloud security and cloud interoperability, but it is foolish to think that an agency can influence the pace of technological maturity by policy or fiat.
For operating systems, you cannot beat Linux's high reliability and low cost.
A good technical advisor can keep government managers from the consequences of ‘buzzword engineering.’
IT architects must understand their environment and requirements before they can wisely choose the programming tools that best meet their system or enterprise needs.
DARPA is using data provenance to track counterfeit electronic parts infiltrating the military supply chain.