In the IT space there’s always buzz about some new product, service, or best practice. So when should an agency CIO look up from his or her monitor and pay ...
The rollout of HealthCare.gov continues to see a steady stream of federal IT leaders appear before the House Committee on Government Oversight. Meanwhile the GSA continues to leverage technology to reshape both their budget and the federal workplace, Teresa Takai, CIO of the Department of Defense is honored for her leadership, and the CIO Council […]
Education in this country needs to keep pace with the challenge of preparing children for the future. The increased use of video is one way to keep our children from falling behind. Video is a powerful teaching tool, but as anyone who has downloaded one knows the files are big. More video usage means a […]
By Kevin Hall, Minister of Defense Against the Dark Arts, Clearshark In the past, creating security around the perimeter of your network – a Maginot Line around your data – was the norm and was considered effective. To solve a threat today, you cannot just scan, detect, and block. In today’s world, you need a […]
What’s your biggest cyber weakness? What are you most concerned about? These aren’t interview questions meant to stump you, these are questions asked by a recent survey by the 1105 Government Information Group in a survey sponsored by NetApp and ThunderCat Technology titled Emerging Cyber Threats Demand New Thinking. Although no agency wants to admit […]