Cloud computing is safe, says US CIO
The U.S. government has no shortage of federal agencies that are suspicious of cloud migration.
Data center consolidation will save Nebraska millions
No company, organization or government can function without basic IT infrastructure services in the 21st century.
Baltimore uses big data to improve quality of life for residents
Earlier this year, Baltimore experienced a barrage of protests, some of which devolved into riots, following the untimely death of Freddie Gray.
San Francisco uses cameras to unclog public transit
As the federal government continues to ramp up its data center consolidation and cloud migration efforts, U.S. municipalities continue identifying new ways tech...
Cloud computing caucus announces new leaders
Government cloud computing has been the focus of several government reports and headlines, especially since the implementation of the Cloud-First initiative in ...
FBI laments its lack of data related to police shootings
The use of big data strategies as crime-fighting tools on federal, state and local levels has been a hot topic recently.
US government reports early savings on IT infrastructure
The realm of government IT infrastructure has reported some mixed news in the past few months.
Government cloud computing implementation slows to a crawl
The U.S. government was given a jolt to start virtualizing IT services thanks to the implementation of the cloud-first initiative in 2011, which mandated that f...
Seattle police turn big data into real-time crime maps
The problem of sifting through reservoirs of big data is not unique to federal IT services.
How big data strategies can expedite government initiatives
Many U.S. government agencies have spared no effort to capture massive quantities of data that can give them better insight into society or the respective secto...