Robert Everett offers warnings against depending on static storage for data.
Entrepreneur and angel investor Tien Wong of Lore Systems joins host Mark Amtower for a wide ranging discussion of innovation, federal IT, the upcoming G-Tech forum, and the value of social networking. March 7, 2017
Terry Halvorsen left DoD at the end of February after spending the last two-plus years as its chief information officer.
Tim Solms, the vice president for U.S. federal and managing director worldwide government at Juniper Networks, makes the case for how software-defined networking and automation can help the Pentagon develop an open, agile and elastic infrastructure to meet its mission needs.
Dave Mihelcic, the recently retired chief technology officer at the Defense Information Systems Agency, said a pilot to test a software defined environment is opening the door to cloud applications that DoD can more quickly deploy and better secure.
The Small Business Administration’s CIO says her first year at the agency will be focused on improving the SBA’s website, migrating data to the cloud, and building up a digital workforce.
Terry Halvorsen retired Feb. 19 after spending the last two-plus years as the Department of Defense chief information officer.
Tom Cochran, chief digital strategist and vice president at Acquia, joins host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk to discuss how ti improve information technology in the federal government. February 21, 2017
Joe Dickman, senior vice president at Vizuri, joins host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk to discuss Red Hat, Amazon Web Services, Cloud Docker and other tools inside Vizuri’s federal toolbox. February 14, 2017
The General Services Administration has put together five working groups in a new cloud center of excellence to address acquisition, value and training challenges around cloud computing.
Many agencies agree that cloud security services are an important part of their mission, but just how much to rely on those services is a question new administration officials will need to consider as they settle into their management roles.
China and the United States have been in the race to develop the most capable supercomputer. China has announced that its exascale computer could be released sooner than originally planned. Steve Conway, VP for high performance computing at IDC, joins Federal Drive with Tom Temin for analysis.
The Government Accountability Office had some hard truths for the Veterans Affairs Department, which has failed to produce more modern, interoperable IT systems after years of failed pilots and heated congressional hearings. GAO says VA should drop its plans to modernize VistA and find a commercial option instead.
The General Services Administration’s Technology Transformation Service (TTS) released a draft solicitation asking for industry input in creating a bug bounty program.
With agencies making slow, but steady progress under phases 1 and 2 of the continuous diagnostics and mitigation (CDM) program, the Homeland Security Department and the General Services Administration are exploring whether agencies will need a new model for Phase 3.