The Smarter Energy Cloud gives residents access to information about their energy use and shares best practices through an electricity portal.
August is typically a month for taking a well-deserved break. And giving computers and workstations some rest is a good idea, too.
Microsoft and China Standard Software Co. Ltd. signed an interoperability and legal agreement Aug. 23 as part of a Linux server partnership deal.
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.
Innovation doesn't create jobs -- less uncertainty about the economy does, former Federal Reserve System chief Alan Greenspan told a Washington, D.C., forum.
Acting Health and Human Services Department CIO John Teeter said HHS is looking to create shared service environments to support inter-related health care reform projects and programs.
The latest version of the Distributed Common Ground System-Army deployed to Afghanistan has the notable distinction of being the DOD's first tactical cloud-computing node.
California -- in cooperation with national efforts led by NIST -- has developed the country's first set of standards for handling sensitive information generated by new Smart Grid energy distribution technology.
The Veterans Affairs Department is seeking information about cloud-based collaborative tools that could improve communications between VA doctors and clinicians and reduce data breaches.
Amazon Web Services has unveiled a cloud infrastructure designed for government agencies and contractors that want to move more sensitive workloads into the cloud.
The NEC MultiSync EA232WMi-BK LCD monitor looks fantastic but is heavy-handed in its attempt to be environmentally friendly.
Cloud-based customer relationship management system gives Census 360-degree view of data gathered by the thousands of partners that help conduct the census.
Getting data cleaned up and in and out of the cloud must be driven by a defined process and deliverable schedule.
NASCIO has selected 30 state IT initiatives in 10 categories as finalists for its 2011 Recognition Awards for Outstanding Achievement in the Field of Information Technology in State Government.
A lighting strike in Dublin knocks out power and takes Amazon EC2 and Microsoft BPOS data centers with it.