The Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technology is seeking industry input on building a better portfolio of services to help agencies get to the cloud.
The migration makes Interior the first federal organization to move its SAP-based financial management application to the cloud.
Law enforcement agencies in the state can now use the Amazon Web Services cloud for criminal justice data.
The Accela Civic Platform will help the city better manage land, permitting and code enforcement cases and increase citizen engagement.
Integrating the cloud into an agency’s day-to-day backup and recovery operation is not a one-size-fits-all solution.
The solution uses virtual desktop infrastructure to give users access to the unclassified network through the Secret network, saving on hardware and system administration and boosting security and efficiency.
A VM-aware storage solution addressed performance issues when training pilots for unmanned aerial systems.
With the Food and Drug Administration’s precisionFDA cloud-based, open source platform, researchers can collaborate to advance the diagnosis and treatment of genetic disease.
The controlled chaos of an emergency creates opportunities not only for accidental data exposure, but also for exploits of sensitive data and the resources that govern industrial control systems.
The Professional Services Council’s new report outlines best practices for governments to follow when adopting commercial cloud computing solutions.
A new report identifies the biggest cloud cybersecurity concerns across eight industries.
Lt. Gen. William Bender describes ways his service can become more IT efficient.
Application modernization goes well beyond rewriting code. To achieve their agility and efficiency goals, agencies must also adopt new organizational processes.
In support of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s Brandeis program, the company’s Jana project will deliver a privacy service that protects data while retaining its utility for analysts.