IRS's Werfel, Professional Services Council's Soloway and the National Defense University's Childs are honored for their accomplishments and vision in using IT for public-sector progress.
But after 11 years it continues to mature and provide a reasonable framework for securing IT systems.
Due diligence will help agencies avoid the daunting task of a rushed migration. And there options for those who do get stuck holding the data.
New adapters support gigabit Ethernet connections for any device with USB 3.0, including ultrabooks and ultra-thin laptops.
Gen. Keith Alexander insists that the NSA needs public and industry support to do its job, but his lack of transparency makes it hard to keep the faith.
Cisco is betting that a new generation of municipal Wi-Fi, incorporating the Internet of Things, will enable smarter management of city infrastructure and better delivery of city services.
The SHOUT Nano, a pocket-sized Iridium communicator and tracking device, is being used by the Army Air National Guard for to keep troops in touch.
Company adds the ZBook Mobile Workstation as it upgrades its line of high-powered computers and displays.
The Tech vs. Wild contest is looking for true stories of rugged computing devices that survived the worst of times.
The goal of any consolidation project is savings. Here’s a checklist to help make sure things go right.