The vice president of Amazon Web Services’ Worldwide Public Sector predicts that the cloud will improve the government’s agility.
Splunk's vice president of public sector business sees a surge in "non-traditional" big data users.
Real-time systems offer a multitude of potential benefits for the civilian side of government, according to an executive at MemSQL.
Auditors find that "none of the agencies we reviewed consistently documented the evaluation of incidents and resulting lessons learned."
All those smart phones and tablets under the Christmas tree inevitably mean a lot of new devices on the network – and plenty of accompanying security risks.
IBM's vice president of open standards is keeping an eye on ecosystems.
The Pentagon wants controls that go beyond FedRAMP, but critics claim DISA officials are dragging their feet.
“Government customers of global defense companies continue to be challenged with affordability and competing domestic priorities,” says a new report from Deloitte.
Two executives from the IBM Center for the Business of Government identify seven significant changes to watch for in the coming months.
A free e-book from Tom Wheeler briefly details the 600-year-long story of the communications revolution and efforts by authorities to steer it for the 'public good.
The goal is to have at least 60 percent of the next decennial count's responses submitted electronically.
Three key issues – acquisition, China sourcing and surveillance are likely to dominate the IT landscape in Congress.