Gartner

  • Can federal IT still transform agency missions?

    Mechling,the research vice president for the public sector at Gartner, discussed how the government’s IT posture is changing both agency processes and missions.

  • Where have all the PCs gone?

    Teleworkers may have the Apple picked for them.

  • Will iPad replace your work computer?

    Carolina Milanesi of Gartner discusses Apple’s domination of the tablet market.

  • More data center managers using cloud computing

    70 percent of data center managers say they are already using or plan to use cloud computing, according to a survey by AFCOM. Of that 70 percent, 36.6 percent of respondents are already using the cloud. That’s up from 14.9 percent of managers surveyed in 2010. However, another 28 percent tell AFCOM they have no […]

  • Open gov: what works and what doesn’t

    Open government is at risk of going on “life support” unless agencies take a new approach, writes Andrea DiMaio in the Gartner blog. DiMaio says agencies have practically outsourced open gov duties to experts. There…

  • Gov 2.0 focused on government at expense of public

    Computerworld Australia reports that Gov 2.0 is overly focused on internal benefits and not on public use. But Andrea DiMaio argues that making government more efficient is the outcome.

  • Do women understand Gov 2.0 better than men?

    Andrea Di Maio writes in Gartner that he notices female feds are better at social media than male feds.

  • McClure ready to take charge at GSA office

    Dave McClure is now head of the Office of Citizen Services and Communications. He tells the Daily Debrief about some of his goals, including his plans for Web 2.0.

  • New Story Title

    By Dorothy Ramienski Internet Editor FederalNewsRadio The General Services Administration has a new member of the Office of Citizen Services and Communications. Federal News Radio has been telling you about the fact that Dave McClure…

  • GSA’s Dave McClure chats with the Daily Debrief

    Dave McClure is well respected in government circles — he was part of the team that helped write the Clinger-Cohen Act, the law that created the role of the CIO in agencies. He has worked…