DOD's IT Enterprise Strategy and Roadmap is designed to streamline defense IT, but insiders wonder if major budget cuts could derail it.
The Internal Revenue Service saved a bundle by virtualizing about 2,500 servers, according to a new report from the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration.
TechAmerica released the results of its 22nd annual survey of federal agency chief information officers.
The Homeland Security Department is trying out a virtual desktop strategy, and if it successful it could form the basis for mobility as well.
Feds comprised the majority of pledges during Telework Week.
The search giant gets another government cloud win, its biggest yet.
New estimates indicate agencies could save significantly more with cloud computing than they already are.
Having cut their teeth in Second Life, agencies are increasingly building their own virtiual environments.
Serena Software surveyed 225 federal IT professionals to find out their top priorities.
Erasure coding is emerging as a cost-effective way to safely maintain vast amounts of data in the cloud.
Moving from commodity IT to service-based cloud models encompasses much more than e-mail, DHS CIO says.
Agency CIOs acknowledge cloud fears, but look to FedRAMP to alleviate some of the concerns. However, FedRAMP poses some difficulties of its own.