The $1 billion, enterprisewide, seven-year contract for cloud and professional services will tap multiple providers, including Amazon Web Services, Microsoft, Google and Oracle as well as more niche software- and platform-as-a-service offerings.
State officials insist they can avoid past failures and state-focused websites can help more residents get insurance.
The update to the Trusted Internet Connection policy aims to make it easier for agencies to take advantage of current cloud and managed services technologies while still maintaining secure connections.
Cyber attacks will affect cities around the country -- especially small municipalities with talent gaps and minimal budgets -- until we can adopt a zero-trust environment with microsegmentation to validate identity and prevent hackers' lateral movement through networks.
As video surveillance booms, government organizations must ensure their storage platform can manage the massive amount of data and support analytics tools.
The federal government is making progress identifying spectrum to repurpose for 5G wireless, according to a detailed report from the National Telecommunications and Information Administration.
ATARC's cloud working group aims to iron out some of the nitty-gritty, everyday cloud implementation issues.
The more data center managers know about extending the life of their equipment and infrastructure, the better prepared they’ll be to influence the procurement process and take advantage of funds that do become available.
Review of the Defense Department's massive cloud contract is on "no firm timeline," according to DOD Secretary Mark Esper.
With support and funding from squadron innovation funds, the 57th Munitions Squadron at Nellis Air Force Base sourced the Qless solution and adapted it so staff on base, their dependents, retirees and contractors can remotely get in line to make adjustments to their insurance coverage.