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Best Practices

With the administration demanding data center consolidation, agencies need to make sure they address the potential risks of moving legacy apps to virtualized and cloud environments.

Best Practices

Leasing offers an avenue for giving users top-of-the-line and current technology at a fraction of the purchase price.

Product Review

If your users are scattered at many locations, this Netgear VPN firewall provides an inexpensive and secure link back to HQ.

Product Review

With a Lenovo all-in-one PC, you won't feel like you're taking a gamble with your IT investment.

FedTech Interview

Director, Cyber Directorate in the Army's CIO/G-6 Office

Tech Watch

Location-sensing networks offer promise for information everywhere.

The Business of IT

Citizens have an awareness of what constitutes outstanding customer service and an expectation that government organizations should meet it.

Tech Tips

Given the end of Windows Server 2000 support, migrating to Server 2008 is no longer a luxury.



To keep medical devices from spreading malware across VA's backbone network, the department now isolates increasingly 'smart' healthcare tools on VLANs.


Agencies aim to boost security with continuous monitoring.


As employee mobility expands, so do security technologies, and agencies reap the benefits.


With early issues largely solved, RFID has become an important tool for patient care in military and federal hospitals nationwide.