With the launch of a new data sharing service, state and local public safety and judicial agencies will be able to share data and communicate within and across jurisdictions.
Application programming interfaces can help improve data access and quality alike, the Environmental Protection Agency's chief data scientist says.
With a close look at applications and licensing agreements, agencies can reduce the cost of a cloud rollout.
Workspace-as-a-service platforms that incorporate desktop virtualization features are among the latest technologies to support the burgeoning government mobile workforce.
Agencies are responsible for three broad areas of compliance: user management, privacy and training.
A commercial provider will provide an on-premise private cloud for the next version of the Defense Information Systems Agency’s cloud environment.
When a custom-built application began to fail, levee inspections moved to TerraGo’s Edge, a cloud-based subscription mapping and forms service.
Federal CIO Tony Scott said the proposed $3.1 billion IT Modernization Fund could help agencies migrate from legacy systems to shared cloud services.
Deloitte’s annual Technology Trends report outlines the new capabilities in digital, cloud, virtual reality and analytics that will disrupt government operations in the next two years.
Cloud and security services provider inks blanket purchase agreement for state and local governments.
Colorado’s Office of Early Childhood has gone to the cloud for tools to improve the quality rating system for child care and early education programs across the state.
Since the state moved to a consolidated data center, it has migrated 22 state agencies into its cloud and saved $103 million.
Box for Government is FedRAMP compliant and promises better file management for agencies at all levels.
A new report on the January 2016 MITRE-ATARC Cloud Collaboration Symposium identifies cross-cutting issues and best practices in cloud computing.