A majority of federal IT managers say the rush to the cloud could be creating security risks, and they're not convinced the move will lead to significant cost savings, according to a SafeGov.org survey.
The Social Security Administration is seeking information on how a private cloud might be used to provide an enterprise disk storage infrastructure for the entire agency's data storage needs.
CSC has unveiled a cloud computing platform designed primarily for federal agencies, which provides infrastructure-as-a-service offerings.
The Navy's salvage command has rolled out a command van that uses solar, wind and battery power to supplement its generator.
Microsoft has lost the bid to provide cloud-based e-mail and calendaring services to the University of California, Berkeley.
Over a six-month period, NOAA moves 25,000 employees, contractors and associates to Google Apps; the city of Pittsburgh moved 3,000 employees on time and on budget.
Attackers, whether criminals, industrial spies, hacktivists or nation-states, are highly motivated and will use blended threats delivered through a variety of channels.
The state hosts its Secure File Transfer service on a private cloud, offering it on a pay-as-you-go basis to government entities and their partners throughout California.
California's Office of Technology Services depends on charge-backs from customers to fund its cloud-based Secure File Transfer.
NIST has opened its research funding programs for fiscal 2012, with the IT Lab among nine grant programs that are accepting applications.
Obama's chief information officer said he plans to focus first on doing more with less.
In a draft proposal, federal agencies are asked to consolidate at least two agency systems under a shared services approach by December 2012.
A report by NASCIO advises states CIOs to pull legal, human capital, finance and data management expertise into their teams to grapple with policy complexities of cloud computing.
Server virtualization is the division of a server's memory or processor capacity into separate and isolated "virtual machines," simulating multiple machines within one physical box. So where is your agency with the process?
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services wants to establish dispersed, world-class data centers owned and operated by a broad set of industry partners under a single contract vehicle.