Thomas Sasala, an Army data enterprise executive, explains several ways agencies can leverage multivendor shared services to improve cloud development and functionality.
Zscaler's Private Access-Government platform allows users to create a trust-to-trust connection that meets the federal government's encryption guidelines and allows traffic to bypass the trusted internet connection mandate.
Popularized as a way for cloud providers to house massive amounts of unstructured data, object storage's biggest benefit is its ability to meet modern storage needs.
Los Angeles Metro's hybrid system will allow riders to pay for third-party transit options like bike share using the city's transit payment system.
As OMB readies its Cloud Smart strategy, a key government executive shares four keys to successful cloud migrations.
An interagency working group is putting together a catalog of service level agreement metrics that all federal agencies could use for commercial cloud contracts.
Azure Government customers can use Azure Stack to manage hybrid cloud environments.
Software that powers a cloud-based prescription drug monitoring program has been acquired by NIC, which will use it to expand its own PDMP efforts.
The FedRAMP Reform Act of 2018 would drive efficiencies, improve standardization and tracking and ensure appropriate cybersecurity controls exist for agencies looking to modernize their IT environments and migrate to cloud-based services.
The myWyco app breaks down stovepipes to erase the "blurry" line residents see between services provided by Kansas' Wyandotte County and Kansas City.