While the IC’s research organization looks into adding security to cloud environments, in the here and now, intelligence agencies are sharing more data.
Security remains a top priority for federal IT leaders as they increase their adoption of cloud services.
As they consolidate, agencies build out enterprise data centers with the latest technologies.
Agencies save millions and have happier workers as telework programs mature.
Mobile devices bring flexibility and usability to training exercises.
GSA makes progress on baseline security controls that cloud providers must meet to offer their services to agencies.
The mass adoption of virtual desktop infrastructure has yet to take place.
How agencies are helping employees build trust and teamwork remotely.
The greatest appeal of tablet PCs could also their greatest peril.
Agencies get serious about eliminating IT redundancy.
Sharing services can save money now, and in the future, if designed properly.
Military police center sought a more efficient way to use its IT manpower.
Spotlight on Continuous Monitoring
CIO of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
Government can make great use of the vast quantities of data it produces, but it must overcome some barriers first.
As critical missions become more challenging, federal networks must find ways to remain fast and agile.
This short-throw projector is a great alternative to an interactive whiteboard.
Sorry hackers: This latest user-friendly version of the antivirus software reinvents the virus protection mold.
The secret is better governance.
Using multiple characteristics increases accuracy.
Mobility is changing government, but to make full use of its benefits, security is paramount.
Agencies are improving the way they carry out their missions by building on smart technological implementations.
Making security too difficult for users can hamper information assurance, so finding a balance is important.
Despite some hiccups, most agencies are moving forward on telework adoption and growth.