As DOD moves from a network-centric world to a content-centric environment, DOD information assurance chief Robert F. Lentz says better ID management is needed to assure needed security and reliability.
Experts warn that cloud computing brings with it a loss of control and legal protection in a computing framework that still is maturing.
Microsoft Corp. has unveiled a research program to help organizations quantify the costs, risks and returns of patch management.
Users of government Web sites report no greater satisfaction with these sites than they did four months ago, according to a recent survey.
Sun engineer Harry Foxwell lays out his case for what makes OpenSolaris a good open-source alternative to Linux.
Splunk lets users search applications, log, events, or any machine-generated data and boasts faster speeds, dashboard capabilities.
Open-source software continues to make inroads into the federal government, and a new organization to promote open-source applications has been established.
NIST has released a draft version of updated guidance on selecting, managing and evaluating security investments and accounting for information security in all IT investments.
The U.S. Postal Service is just one of several agencies that have found a place for open source software in their IT operations.
Less than 10 percent of Health.mil visitors are younger than age 25, while 80 percent of the military community is between the ages of 18 and 25.
Defense Department officials want to know whether virtualization technology can make DOD’s networks more secure and easier to manage.
New York City’s Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications is achieving significant savings and more efficient service by consolidating many of its IT services.