Old mainframe computers stay at a company longer than the employees who know how to run them, according to a news report.
Army Lt. Gen. Carroll F. Pollett outlines the Defense Information Systems Agency's top priorities for information sharing and agency collaboration.
Tough economic situations are forcing state chief information officers to adopt innovative approaches to contract negotiations and deployment of information technology, according to a new report released by the National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO).
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer and Bob Muglia, president of Microsoft's Server and Tools Business, discussed the company's major cloud computing efforts at the opening of Microsoft's Worldwide Partner Conference.
Enterprise e-mail represents a positive step for the Army and DOD, but what will it take to get it done?
Guidance for IT spending the fiscal 2012 budget emphasizes accountability, performance and security, federal CIO Vivek Kundra tells a Washington audience.
The Homeland Security Department is working to fix security vulnerabilities to its enterprise application domain identified in a new report from the department's inspector general.
Enterprise searches should be dynamic and interactive, speakers said at the 2010 Knowledge Management Conference. NASA Langley Research Center is one example of agencies embracing the virtues of findability.
DISA's director of strategic planning and information, John Garing, was instrumental in developing and advancing the information technology services DISA's provides the military through its Defense Enterprise Computing Centers.
Federal agencies are benefitting from a program that allows agency IT departments to purchase new data servers and receive offsetting carbon emissions credits.
Enterprise architecture helped the FAA get off of the Government Accountability Office's high-risk list and has improved the prospects for transitioning to the Next Generation Air Transportation System.
CIOs from the Homeland Security and Veterans Affairs departments and the Social Security Administration are looking to foster teamwork across traditional boundaries.