As agencies shift from cloud first to cloud smart, they must rethink how and why they use these off-premise services.
To keep up with the population they serve, federal agencies have to be ready to embrace change by building a culture of flexibility that can capitalize on technologies and ideas that don’t even exist yet.
Steve Harris, the senior vice president and general manager for Dell Technologies Federal, explains why multi-cloud offers flexibility and innovation
The three tenets of the Trump administration’s “cloud smart” strategy, plus the early successes from its component agencies, are driving the Department of Homeland Security’s journey to the cloud.
To explore the most contemporary approaches to cloud development, deployment, and management, Federal News Network convened a panel of federal and industry experts.
Federal chief information officer Suzette Kent said in an exclusive interview that during her time leading federal technology she has learned the biggest areas agencies need to catch the private sector in is processes and people, but not technology.
At an industry day for the Defense Enterprise Office Solution (DEOS) program, GSA and DoD officials laid out an aggressive timeline to release the solicitation and make an award.
OMB released a new draft data center policy where cost savings is taking a back seat to optimization and operational realities.
Suzette Kent, the federal chief information officer, said Monday the new cloud smart strategy reflects eight years of learning and maturity.
The Office of Management and Budget released its Cloud First strategy seven years ago. Now, under the Trump administration, OMB plans to soon release an updated Cloud Smart strategy.