The ambitious and sometimes controversial former federal CIO had no shortage of big ideas for reforming government IT. But can they succeed without him?
Shuttering data centers and moving to the cloud can mean the loss of employees. But in some cases, agencies might need to hire more technical experts.
IT managers with The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives have extra data center space and want to get in the business of offering cloud-based or shared services to other federal agencies.
Power Assure and the CIA's In-Q-Tel have entered into a deal to derive more efficiency out of data centers.
The SRCOOL12k from Tripp provides a highly efficient way to cool hot spots that pop up all the time, especially in aging government buildings with many corridors, nooks and crannies.
A massive, 120-petabyte storage array could help improve predictions of natural disasters, suggests GCN Lab technology analyst Greg Crowe.
CIO says data-center consolidation, trimming of redundant applications, wireless devices and a cloud-based architecture are on the agenda.
Innovation doesn't create jobs -- less uncertainty about the economy does, former Federal Reserve System chief Alan Greenspan told a Washington, D.C., forum.
Water cooling could safeguard expanding data centers, but current liquid systems are not ready for prime time.
A lighting strike in Dublin knocks out power and takes Amazon EC2 and Microsoft BPOS data centers with it.
Energy's agreement with Lockheed Martin is the first to use an energy-savings contract for data center consolidation and IT enhancements.
The winning project teams, selected from more than 200 nominated, combined leadership and technical innovation with a determination to improve services and cut costs.
Virtualization offers agency IT shops many benefits, but it’s also rife with pitfalls that can make it a network killer.
Increasing computing demands and a mix of OS systems could jeopardize potential savings, according to a new survey sponsored by Juniper Networks. A quarter of feds think there will be more data centers, not fewer, in 2015.