Steve Kelman takes the press to task for its "good news is no news" mentality.
By answering the questions in five core areas, IT leaders can see whether they are on the right path with their IT portfolio management practices
Delivering business outcomes with continuously changing IT portfolios requires project managers to have a more entrepreneurial skill set.
Steve Kelman wonders what the trend toward "alone together" means for real connectivity.
Bob Stevens contends that the Pentagon's test program is proof of BYOD's importance.
Steve Kelman notes the growing use of analytics in core agency missions.
Goals are good, but reporting requirements can easily get out of hand.
Cybercrime is too serious to rely solely on network defenses, Peter Harrell argues.
Steve Kelman would like to put a popular theory to the test in government.
Steve Kelman points to research that suggests recruiting, not training, is the key.
The government's cybersecurity efforts should be applauded, but companies bear the lion's share of responsibility for protecting their own networks.
Steve Kelman's concern is not what you might think.
FCW's cartoonist shares some unproven rumors about the biggest awards in federal IT.
Steve Kelman applauds the attempt to gather real feedback on the acquisition process, but notes that surveys alone are not enough.
Technology and business teams must come together to address the risks to systems and software that increasingly reside in cloud-based environments.
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