This year’s list covers federal IT from all angles and offers something for everyone: citizens, IT professionals and contractors.
IT lets the government move along with its workers.
By running video conferences nationally and worldwide, federal agencies are educating park rangers, history teachers and military personnel.
Data growth is going nowhere but up, and agencies must find a way to keep up.
As agencies move systems to meet the federal “cloud first” mandate, most employ a private-cloud model.
How agencies are dealing with users’ demands to bring personal devices onto federal networks.
Authentication takes center stage at the Government Printing Office.
Commerce Department CIO finds ways to reduce costs while addressing major IT challenges.
Consider these strategies to deal with the looming cuts in federal IT spending.
The Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board makes use of many different flavors of cloud computing.
Agencies must determine how best to deal with the explosion of data they create and use
The latest version of the SQL Server platform emerges as a workhorse for agencies that want to make use of the cloud.
Toshiba builds on the success of its Thrive tablet with the lightweight Excite 10 LE.
Follow these three tips to protect your agency’s systems from becoming part of a malicious network.
Follow these suggestions to smooth out storage for a VDI deployment.
Software improves the efficiency and quality of care.
Feature-rich collaboration tools are now available through the cloud.
Federal users don’t just want an information advantage; they need it.
The tight-budget era is affecting corporations and consumers alike.
The Veterans Affairs Department has improved the success rate of its IT projects by using short, tight delivery timelines.
Open standards and device independence are essential to a flexible future.