After an initial slowdown, government cloud adoption should pick up as security and standards are incorporated by agencies.
Data leakage from negligent file sharing and information collaboration practices is as significant a risk as outright data theft, according to a Ponemon Institute Survey.
A recent report from the Texas Department of Information Resources offers tactics to reduce the state’s dependence on its legacy systems.
The VA’s Business Office of Purchased Care is looking for a virtual learning environment that would provide a more efficient and less costly way to train its employees.
SAP is developing secure cloud services for federal agencies that will focus on the company’s expertise in ERP-oriented business services.
Misinformation about cloud computing feeds uncertainty and doubt and distracts from real opportunity and innovation, according to research firm Gartner Inc.
Government IT managers will soon have more options for Office 356 data loss protection and mobile device controls.
Docs@Work lets users access, annotate and share enterprise content regardless of location, in a variety of cloud repositories, while providing IT a centralized way to secure and manage mobile content and device policies.
In related announcements, Trimble introduced a cloud-based platform for field service management, mobile workforce productivity and scheduling tools and a development environment to improve field business processes.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology released its Cloud Computing Technology Roadmap, a set objectives for the accelerated adoption of cloud computing in government.
Android Lollipop and iOS8 present government mobility managers with more options for balancing end-user convenience with the requirements of high-threat, classified environments.
The company’s Continuous Assurance Platform automates collection and analysis of compliance artifacts and controls, ensuring against a failed audit or fines.
Expanding NIST's guidance, the International Standards Organization released two standards for cloud computing.
Microsoft quietly retired some features from SharePoint Online while it enhanced mobile apps, email integration and collaboration tools of Yammer, the company’s cloud-based enterprise social networking platform.