Cloud / Virtualization / Green Computing

Telework embrace widens

A new survey shows that most government employees who work remotely are content, but a few report failures.

Finding the hidden value in shared IT services

Shared IT services can help shift focus from infrastructure to mission, says NOAA CIO.

Cloud can't substitute for records management

Migrating data to the cloud doesn't relieve agencies of responsibility for their records, warns a FOSE speaker -- with a cautionary tale to drive the point home.

Cloud computing's next step

Agencies and vendors need common definitions, performance metrics and security controls, say panelists at the FOSE 2012 conference.

CIOs to the cloud: Let's not rush into things

Federal executives find that the decision to migrate to the cloud is not so simple.

Be ready for disruptive technologies, FOSE keynote speaker says

Thomas Koulopoulos, futurist and keynote speaker at FOSE, explains how the future will be nothing like you expect--and you'd better get ready.

US CIO urges citizen engagement

The federal CIO calls on citizens and industry to help build a government of tomorrow during a FOSE keynote.

Energy CTO: Go beyond the bare minimum on cloud compliance

Once an agency has moved operations to the cloud, what happens next?

New OMB tool attacks waste and inefficiency together

PortfolioStat takes a multi-pronged approach to improving government in line with the Obama administration's IT strategy.

Confused about big data and cloud? So's everyone.

Federal executives and vendors are not the only ones who might have trouble pinning down a precise definition for "big data" and "cloud," according to a new study.

Nominate Today!

Nominations for the 2018 Federal 100 Awards are now being accepted, and are due by Dec. 23. 

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