Federal agencies handle data that must be protected, and they are the targets of a determined subset of attackers, factors that make mobile devices and their data a particular challenge.
If the usual curve holds, big data is about to lose a lot of its luster, but Kieran Taylor explains that its advocates need not worry.
If you think winning an award is gratifying, try nominating an unsung hero and see how good it feels when he or she wins.
For health IT and other agency programs, finding ways to turn the catch-phrase into actual action is key.
The recent decisions to eliminate telework at major companies show a lack of understanding of the practice's benefits.
As April 15 approaches, the IRS is the latest agency facing online overloads.
For all of the gains agencies are making with employee mobility, it is critical for agencies to keep in mind the use of mobile devices outside of the government too, writes Adobe's John Landwehr.
Progressive IT departments are moving beyond big data's hype by focusing on its promise of enabling better decision-making.
It is easy to zero in on the activities that matter when you consider your accomplishments in terms of an epitaph, writes Bob Woods.
In his State of the Union address, Obama called for a smarter government. Our readers have some ideas about how to get there.
The traditional view of success focuses on an employee’s ability to complete assignments, but managers need to broaden that view to reflect changes in the workplace, write CEB's Van Riper and Cattie.
The federal government should use the latest technology to make information and lessons from previous disasters available to state and local responders nationwide, writes Keith Rhodes.