While the IC’s research organization looks into adding security to cloud environments, in the here and now, intelligence agencies are sharing more data.
Agencies are implementing new security standards that focus on continuous monitoring and accountability.
As the Joint Information Environment comes together, Joint Regional Security Stacks emerge as a crucial part of the program’s structure.
Having a proper business continuity plan is key for federal IT leaders whose technology will be leaned on during crisis.
The benefits of the Federal Data Center Consolidation Initiative go far beyond boosts to the bottom line.
The technological barriers to telecommuting are falling, allowing agencies and their employees to reap the benefits of a more flexible work environment.
Adrian Gardner discusses how changes to the agency’s IT structure are helping everyone involved in disaster situations, from survivors to first responders.
Some simple power management options in the data center could result in big savings.
Augmented reality has the possibility to change how the military trains, along with a number of yet-to-be discovered uses.
The Brother MFC packs a lot of functionality into a relatively small footprint, perfect for midsize offices.
The power of Google Cloud is just minutes away with this powerful thin client device.
Follow NIST’s tips when selecting your agency’s cloud vendor.
CDW’s new cloud computing survey shows cloud implementation continues to grow.
Disaster planning is an unavoidable task for federal IT managers.
Cloud computing providers must meet several cloud computing standards, many of which overlap in a process that is delaying adoption.