New Gartner analysis finds broad similarities at different levels of government, but decidedly different rankings of public-sector CIO's biggest worries.
Two new Network Innovation Centers aim to help customers explore software-defined networking, network functions virtualization and other emerging cloud technologies.
A recent poll finds that data warehousing is still considered a critical business component, despite its challenges of scalability and cost.
The Center for Internet Security’s Amazon Machine Images will enable organizations to reduce time, cost and risk in their cloud deployments.
Government IT managers looking for mobile device management tools will get three new options with their Office 365 subscription plans.
Critics are increasingly vocal with their dissatisfaction with the Army’s Distributed Common Ground System and the military’s insistence that soldiers continue to use it.
Unisys acquired the IRS’s storage systems, then converted them into a virtualized storage-as-a-service offering that allows IRS to pay for storage capacity as needed.
Huddle announced its government and enterprise cloud service has been granted FedRAMP Authority to Operate by the U.S. Agency for International Development.
The Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center has adopted a cloud-based approach for the petabytes of data it stores in a two-year-old facility in Holyoke, Mass.
Amazon’s AWS cloud will host up to 85,000 scenes from the Landsat 8 satellite.
Carnegie Mellon University will use IBM’s cloud-based smart building analytics software to gauge energy consumption across campus buildings.
Microsoft’s Azure Government cloud is certified to handle criminal justice information in the cloud, the California Department of Justice said.
Marking its one-year anniversary, 18F unveiled analytics.usa.gov, a public digital analytics dashboard for almost 300 executive branch government domains.
Google said its Nearline Storage service provides users with rapid retrieval of long-term storage at a low cost.