John Zangardi, CIO at the Department of Homeland Security, said his agency believes what’s best is “a hybrid, traditional on-premises and cloud IT approach.
When it comes to moving from on-site data centers to the cloud, agencies face substantial workforce and culture challenges that aren't always reflected in metrics.
The team behind the FITARA scorecard at the Government Accountability Office says changes are in the works for the next IT modernization rubric.
InnovateOhio calls for more effective data sharing among agencies, an easy-to-use website, a sophisticated identity and access management system and completion of data center consolidation initiative by early next year.
Arizona CIO Morgan Reed is transforming the state's IT with cloud computing, after a devastating sand storm-generated computer outage.
Lee Kestler, chief commercial officer at Vantage Data Centers, discusses how important data centers are to the region's economy, and how they work to assist businesses, schools, and our every day lives.
Jeff Reilly, the senior director of the America’s commercial presales for Dell EMC, said SDN lets agencies move faster and become more agile by redefining their infrastructure.
Tom Stroup, president of the Satellite Industry Association, joins host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk to discuss the current trends in the satellite industry and the impact satellites have on federal projects. August 28, 2018
The VA just launched a new online tool called the appeals status tracker that will allow veterans with a disability compensation appeal to track what stage of the process their appeal is in.
Justice CIO Joe Klimavicz said modernizing legacy systems is all about ensuring an agency can fulfill its mission in real-time.
What are the latest breakthroughs in data storage? Find out this week when Nick Psaki, principal systems engineer for Pure Storage joins host John Gilroy on Federal Tech Talk. July 25, 2017
Let’s start by asking a simple question: Where does your agency want to be from a technology perspective, from a citizen services perspective by 2020?
The federal government decided to put the Defense Department in charge of building a new information technology backbone to house and process all of the data involved in security clearance investigations, one that would be safer from foreign attacks.
The Army will release a new policy in June that will give deadlines for data centers to close and incentives for their data migration.