Some federal IT managers say there are simply too many tools in the playing field and not enough governmentwide guidance to implement them quickly and easily.
FedRAMP is boasting increased authorizations and return business, and the new dashboard is making it easier for feds to use the program.
Adelle Rydman, director of federal business for Zenoss, makes the case for agencies to do more to make sure their networks are running as efficiently and effectively as possible.
George Young, senior director of Federal at Elastic, joins host John Gilroy to discuss data analytics and how his company can help your agency moved to the cloud. October 18, 2016
The General Services Administration’s 18F organization is reviewing bids of a solicitation to provide identity proofing and fraud detection for its Login.gov portal. But RFQ already is raising some concerns about the initiative.
New preliminary data from Deltek’s GovWin shows agencies spent only $120 million on cloud computing in 2016 despite it being six years since OMB’s cloud-first policy.
Dawn Leaf, the former chief information officer of the Labor Department who retired on Sept. 30, said the agency is working toward a more centralized and consolidated technology oversight and management structure.
The project, known as the Army Private Cloud Enterprise, represents the first time the Army has contracted with a private company to run a large-scale data center inside the gates of a military installation.
Federal Chief Information Officer Tony Scott shared a few more clues about the guidance and metrics of the administration’s plan to modernize the government’s aging IT infrastructure.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology’s National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence develops guidance and best practices on broad cybersecurity concepts that can be applied across multiple business environments.
David Bray, the Federal Communications Commission’s chief information officer, said the agency has moved toward the concept of IT as a shared responsibility across all senior executives and that has helped it reduce spending on old technology.
Jason Opdycke, chief technology officer, U.S. Defense at Microsoft, gives his perspective on the Defense Department’s plan to upgrade millions of computers to Windows 10. October 11, 2016
The 26th annual survey CIOs by Grant Thornton and the Professional Services Council found cloud computing moved into the top five priorities, but several obstacles still remain.
Maria Roat is leaving after two years as chief technology officer at the Transportation Department.
The Pentagon is developing a secure cloud computing architecture that will create a standard approach for boundary and application level security for commercial services.