New research details depth of the conflict between government’s efficiency needs and its security concerns around collaborative technology.
Nutanix software will power the appliances, which will be available in early 2016.
Iowa City will migrate workforce management for than 750 employees across all departments into the Workforce Ready solution from Kronos Inc.
Understanding how cloud deployment models affect performance and compliance should be the key to driving your final decision.
As states look to tax cloud services, a wide range of both policy and technical questions arise.
BRICS offers biomedical researchers a modular, generic and rapidly deployable system for global collaboration.
The Tyler’s Odyssey for Courts system saves money by reducing the amount of physical storage space required and increasing efficiency for litigants, lawyers and court officers.
Amazon Web Services’ new Import/Export tool Snowball allows users to copy up to 50 terabytes of data into an encrypted and secure shipping package.
NASCIO's latest poll of state CIOs explores a wide range of IT problems and priorities.
In a tight and tumultuous market, the CEO of Accenture Federal Services is building “this tremendous culture of client.”
The U.S. Digital Services and 18F will soon launch a pre-approved platform-as-a-service for federal agencies.
Hitachi’s Visualization Predictive Crime Analytics system uses real-time, historical and geographic data to predict crime.
Microsoft announced that its ExpressRoute private, high-throughput network connectivity is available for the Azure Government Cloud.
Three different update cycles will be available for "Windows as a service."