An expert in government management and transformation argues more is required of Congress and agencies alike.
It's time to throw cyberattackers into solitary before they strike, writes Bromium's Simon Crosby.
For all the advancements we've seen in consumer technology and enterprise applications in the past couple of decades, government networks have remained largely unchanged.
Integrating a comprehensive business architecture into an IT program's technical architecture can reduce risk and save time and money.
As other departments increase their technology spending, IT leaders can reap the benefits for the entire agency by following these five steps.
Video collaboration can bring big savings and efficiency gains, if managers get past their status-quo concerns.
Many agencies are using a patch management tool that can be a powerful ally in the quest for continuous monitoring.
It is possible to balance data security and user flexibility -- if agencies follow these key guidelines.
As more and more federal employees use their own mobile devices at work, agencies must focus on securing the data, not the device.
Agencies that want to step onto the mobile stage should formulate a comprehensive game plan, as opposed to a "let's just build it" mentality.
Rather than creating custom apps from scratch, agencies should take advantage of the opportunity to build on one another's valuable data and code.
Failing fast is the best way to get better -- in agile development and in life.