Google's dispute with Interior is just a symptom of a much larger problem: The government still resists change, writes Chris Bronk.
Improved access to federal spending data bodes well for IT decision-making, writes FCW columnist Chris Bronk.
The memo that gives DHS the lead role on government cybersecurity answered some questions but raised others, writes Chris Bronk.
Updating the electrical grid makes sense, but there are still a few bugs to work out, writes FCW columnist Chris Bronk.
Effective cybersecurity requires approaches that look at vulnerability and risk through the dual lenses of technology and policy, writes commentator Chris Bronk.
Like all good marketing campaigns, the cloud is more of a concept than a reality, writes Chris Bronk.
The defining question for any CIO today is whether they allow their employees to access the latest, greatest hits of Web 2.0.
If the Justice Department's new information-sharing tool works, law enforcement agencies will be able to solve cases ranging from electronic fraud to terrorism, writes Chris Bronk.
For Google Wave or any other mega-sharing, browser-based application to work for government, agencies must resolve the issue of trust, writes Chris Bronk.
Google Wave has the potential to be a uniquely valuable piece of software that can connect any enterprise that uses Web browsers, writes Chris Bronk.
Consensus on strategy is fleeting, but most recognize that IT is a catalyst for fundamental change, writes FCW columnist Chris Bronk.
Rather than telling troops to get off Twitter and Facebook, the military should educate them about security.