Standardizing on ecosystems and platforms that free up resources and correct failed workloads can serve as the basis for microservices.
Provisional authorizations give a range of FedRAMP-approved services the green light to host DOD unclassified data.
Rapid growth and adoption of cloud services increases demand for demonstrable cloud security expertise.
Cities across the country are contemplating video capture, but early adopters are finding that cost, storage and dead batteries can all complicate the effort.
Improved nondelivery reports will make it easier for users to fix their own email delivery problems.
Cloud-based shared services could be the best place for many agencies to start.
Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, IBM, Microsoft and the Open Cloud Consortium will help the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration more effectively distribute its data.
A NASCIO report digs into the lessons learned during California's big cloud infrastructure project.
Hybrid cloud gives agencies a way to leverage existing investments in applications and infrastructure without rearchitecting for a public cloud infrastructure that is radically different from what is in place today.
Project management as a service helps agencies reduce capital expenditures and gives holistic and real-time access to the state of a program or project.
The Army is making plans for a fully immersive training environment that will make soldiers’ time in the field more productive and meaningful, regardless of physical location.
IBM researchers have figured out a new way to squeeze even more data on low-cost magnetic tape, making it a candidate for durable cloud-based storage.
The international hackathon aims for more than 10,000 participants in 62 countries.
New Gartner analysis finds broad similarities at different levels of government, but decidedly different rankings of public-sector CIO's biggest worries.