VMware’s vCloud Government Service provided by Carpathia gives agencies a way to extend their data centers to the cloud.
Recent modifications to IT standards confirm a changing approach to security, interoperability, and performance metrics by the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
Federal Highway Administration is looking for partners who can provide a no-cost option for transforming its datasets into an easy access, cloud-based format.
CyberGIS is a geospatial-specific infrastructure that manages, processes and visualizes massive and complex geospatial data, while performing associated analysis and simulation.
For a limited time, AWS GovCloud customers will be able to run all 19 best practices, or what AWS calls “checks” available in the GovCloud, the isolated AWS region designed for government’s sensitive workloads.
Microsoft plans to deliver its new Spartan web browser while also permitting organizations dependent on older IE technologies to retain compatibility with their legacy web apps and intranet sites.
Researchers at Oak Ridge National Lab used three diverse high-performance computing architectures to analyze publicly available health-related datasets.
Microsoft’s new as-a-service operating system will come with a number of built-in security features like multi-factor authentication and containerization.
With the ending of mainstream support for Windows 7, it’s time for IT managers to start planning for the next operating system migration.
The Australian government’s guide aims to help agencies leverage their data assets by adopting big data and analytics tools.
The Cloud Security Alliance survey finds more employees are empowered to use cloud-based applications – without IT department oversight.
Containers offer agencies application productivity gains, but more testing is needed before the technology becomes part of the government cloud tool chest.
Containers bring all of the benefits of virtualization, but with better use of hardware, an already broad ecosystem of applications and a clean separation of responsibility between contractors and agencies, which eases procurement pain.
A recent survey of CIOs indicates that the adoption of software defined networking will be ‘vastly different and slower’ than expected.