Cloud / Virtualization / Green Computing


GSA's Johnson: Tight budgets should trigger innovation not fear

GSA is leading the way on innovation in energy efficiency, crowdsourcing and mobility, its leader says.

Agencies setting priorities for 2012

How will telework, cloud computing, cybersecurity and other priorities fare in austere era?

3 tips to test a service's environmental friendliness

How to meet mandates for green technology.

What do the federal workforce and cloud computing have in common?

Many of the drivers behind the adoption of cloud computing could be applied to labor as well, an expert says.

Matthew Reiss

Matthew W. Reiss: A champion of the cloud

Reiss developed, deployed and championed private cloud computing services at USDA's data centers.

Veda Sims: A measure of risk

Sims led the in-depth security risk assessments that paved the way for taking Recovery.gov to the cloud.

Gaurav GP Paul

Gaurav 'GP' Pal: Pushing Recovery.gov into the future

Pal helped drive the evolution of Recovery.gov, including its migration to a public cloud and the addition of Web 2.0 widgets.

Security worries still impede cloud computing

As GSA ramps up FedRAMP, security remains a concern in efforts to move government IT to the cloud, officials told a House subcommittee.

VanRoekel quickens pace on data center closures

Federal CIO changes the definition of data center, accelerates closure schedule.

DHS CIO describes 'aggressive stance' on cloud migrations

The Homeland Security Department is being aggressive about adopting cloud computing, its CIO told a House subcommittee.

Army HQ next for e-mail migration

The Army picks up speed in its move to enterprise e-mail.

DHS moving public websites to the cloud

The Homeland Security Department is moving its public-facing websites to the cloud on a $600,000-a-year contract.

Who's Fed 100-worthy?

Nominations are now open for the 2015 Federal 100 awards. Get the details and submit your picks!