Preparing for a cloud security incident will ensure that both government and cloud provider IT teams can respond quickly and effectively in a crisis.
Researchers at the National Institutes of Health conducted a head-to-head comparison of compute power of a cloud platform vs. a dedicated bioscience Linux cluster.
The GCN Dig IT Awards celebrate discovery and innovation in government IT -- the cutting-edge technology and creative implementations that are supporting critical missions at all levels of the public sector.
Having ‘20/20 vision’ into the entire IT environment is the single biggest predictor of cloud transformation success.
A user-centric design and search and filtering tools make it easier for agencies to find information about services and providers authorized by the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program.
Six infrastructure projects show what IT innovation can make possible in the public sector.
The Intelligence Community's research agency is exploring the use of role-based virtual environments to enhance security.
Arkansas State Archives is partnering with Preservica to build a statewide electronic records program and preserve its historic documents.
Researchers propose a cloud resource management architecture that makes it easier to transmit video in disaster situations.
To make the cloud more secure, IT teams must adopt a proactive, real-time approach to protecting it, taking advantage of agile software development and better monitoring capabilities.
By virtualizing network functions, IT managers can make their enterprise networks not only easier and more cost effective to manage, but also far more secure.
Today’s solutions ease management of compliance, staffing and pay schedules, especially when regulations change.
Advice for those starting down the long and difficult road toward cloud authorization by the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program.
When the day comes that the federal government can entrust private-sector companies with maintaining its cloud environments, some magical things could happen.