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When District government employees book rides for official business through the Via app, their agency gets the bill.
Following the Pentagon's lead with its $8.2 billion cloud Defense Enterprise Office Solutions contract for email and collaboration services, the Office of Management and Budget is working out a version for civilian agencies.
Greater visibility into the status of their applications and servers allows administrators to quickly pinpoint the source of problems and respond faster.
Moving away from an on-premise strategy and toward a hybrid cloud approach takes care of many disaster recovery challenges, including affordability, flexibility and security.
Data must be shared across agencies and applications and become democratized -- a challenge complicated by an environment that combines countless on-prem and cloud-based implementations.
Oracle is pushing ahead with its lawsuit against the Department of Defense over the 10-year, $10 billion cloud procurement known as JEDI.
Dynamic authorization with attribute-based access control allows agencies to securely share IoT data by only allowing authorized users access to sensitive data under the right conditions.
Gov. Matt Bevin has offered no solution to the boondoggle he inherited, a plan to bring high-speed internet to Kentucky’s remote corners.
The Department of Energy signed a $600 million deal with Cray for a 1.5-plus exaflop supercomputer at Oak Ridge National Lab.
Nearly all the agencies audited by the Government Accounting Office reported the cloud provided "significant benefits" that included improved customer service and more cost-effective IT management.
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