Microsoft

  • A new perspective on cloud migration

    Adam Levithan, Shawn Mitchell and Jai Dargan from Metalogix will discuss how their company can help your agency move to the cloud. June 28, 2016

  • Uh oh, there goes LinkedIn

    If Microsoft mixes LinkedIn into Office 365, will people eventually have to become Office 365 subscribers to use LinkedIn?

  • AFCEA gives pointers to next DHA CIO

    Industry partners are trying to give the next DHA CIO a leg up when the position is filled.

  • DoD’s need to store a lot of sensitive info spurs cloud provider interest

    More companies are trying to reach DISA’s impact level 5 since DoD has such a high demand to store sensitive information.

  • Marines untangling kinks in Windows 10 transition

    The Marine Corps is planning to transition to Windows 10 by the 2017 deadline, but it is still figuring out how.

  • DoD seizes ‘Windows’ of opportunity to upgrade desktops

    The Defense Department is planning to upgrade all Microsoft information systems to Windows 10 by January 2017.

  • FDA, NIH finding solutions to health care problems in the cloud

    The Food and Drug Administration can process data more quickly thanks to an infrastructure-as-a-service platform. NIH is reducing the time it takes to perform an MRI because of high-performance computing services in the cloud.

  • Cyber verification center suffers missteps in first week

    The Defense Department says the cybersecurity verification center had intermittent outages during the first three days it went online. DoD says it has fixed the problems.

  • Thinking outside the “Box”

    Sonny Hashmi, managing director, Global Government at Box, joins host John Gilroy to discuss how his new company, Box, is helping agencies with their move to the cloud. October 20, 2015

  • Roger Baker: A legacy shift across government will change the way you work

    Your work computer may look very different soon as Microsoft releases Windows 10. Some agencies have transitioned to Windows 7, but some agencies are still on Windows XP, which Microsoft doesn’t support any more. Roger Baker is former assistant secretary of Veterans Affairs for information and technology at the Veterans Affairs Department. He tells In Depth with Francis Rose about the pitfalls and benefits of managing a huge IT transition.