When the FDA and the First Lady recently proposed revised food labeling, they were refactoring information – a low-cost mission multiplier government IT managers can replicate.
Government IT managers need to shift the focus from the data producer to the data consumer and zero in on information extraction.
Agencies that resort to half measures in moving to the cloud will receive marginal benefits compared to those who use cloud-native applications.
A programming language is a tool to achieve your agency's business objective; so be wary of the latest fads in niche programming languages.
A detailed concept-of-operations document will reduce IT failures because it has the ability to guide the development of the IT system.
Is your project more like a garden or a building? The choice of metaphor should be tailored to the type and size of the project you are undertaking.
The lack of clarity around the concept of a cloud operating system is an indicator of the rapid evolution of cloud computing and the consequences of a torrid pace of change.
While there has been significant improvement in search since Google launched in 1998, semantic search still has significant room for growth and innovation.
To what extent is big data changing the traditional data analytics landscape?
A price war is under way among Amazon, Google and IBM in the market for cloud services that makes running your own data center nearly impossible to justify.