OMB's guidance for financial systems shortchanges commercial providers -- and could deny agencies a full range of choices.
The attacks on mobile devices are multiplying and growing deviously creative, and recognizing that is the first step to better security.
The last thing federal IT needs is another 25-point plan. What's really required is some redefining.
After June 2014, agencies can use only cloud service providers that are FedRAMP-compliant. Here's what CSPs must do to get there.
As technology becomes increasingly mobile and personalized, we must take a more collaborative, streamlined approach to security.
Do the shutdown politics and Healthcare.gov coverage make your head spin? Alan Balutis offers a reality check.
In the rush to secure networks and computers, agencies often overlook the risks inherent in multifunction printers.
The technology of big data is important, but openness and stakeholder input are what really make a difference.
A federal contractor offers his view of how agencies can streamline the procurement process and get the solutions they need from industry.
Not all the news since last October has been bad, but everyone in federal IT just endured 12 straight months of meat-cleaver spending cuts, multiple shutdown threats and the severe restrictions on strategic planning that come with continuing resolutions.
Slow adoption of mobile can create the very risks that agencies have gone slow to avoid, Nolan Jones argues.
The bring-your-own-app craze can actually make life easier for federal IT professionals who are struggling to contain BYOD.