NOAA is harnessing the potential of the cloud – and the innovation of the private sector – to deliver its enormous troves of data to the public.
The push to put processing power on the network’s edge can be a valuable complement to cloud computing.
At the recent Amazon Web Services symposium, experts agreed that cost savings can come from a move to the cloud -- but there's more to it than that.
The Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program is the law of the land for federal agencies looking to the cloud, but could FedRAMP become a broader standard for other governments as well?
When SharePoint Server 2016 is released next year, Microsoft’s cloud services will be deeply ingrained, creating a more unified end user experience across components.
The Department of Homeland Security pushes remote sensing imagery and GIS data through Terra Pixel to provide information to first responders.
Because supervisory control and data acquisition systems manage critical infrastructure, acceptance of risks in cloud-based SCADA system controls should approach zero.
In upgrading from old architectures to new, agencies should focus on making incremental updates to take advantage of software defined networking and network function visualization.
The Department of Homeland Security offers a best-practices guide to head off problems.
Workforce management technology might be beyond the budgets of smaller municipalities, but a shared services marketplace in Oakland County, Mich., puts it within reach.
NSFFutureCloud prototypes offers researchers the ability to share information and explore resources regarding cloud computing architectures, software, design, networking, security and more.
Agencies still depending on Windows Server 2003 will be looking at steep costs if they buy into a Microsoft Custom Support Agreement to cover updates to the software that will no longer be supported after July 14, 2015.
FedRAMP certification does not absolve agencies of responsibility for their cloud security. NIST and FedRAMP officials offer advice on how to truly understand what's behind that seal of approval.
IBM i2 COPLINK on Cloud gives police access to more than a billion law enforcement documents to help them uncover relationships and patterns when investigating crime.