Federal government agencies have been revealed to be among the worst violators of good cyberdefense, despite all the rhetoric that comes out of Washington around bolstering IT security.
The CIO at the DoC's Internal Trade Association has plans to outsource almost his entire IT operations over the next few months. The goal: "be out of the IT business by July."
Many federal CIOs fear that the pace and scope of digital transformation at their agencies is too much, but also acknowledge the value that those changes can bring to their organizations.
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According to Paul Christman, vice president of Dell Software Public Sector, the challenge on the big data security landscape for the U.S. government is data from big data applications on mobile devices.
Federal government agencies believe that shared services should be a top priority in 2014, but a minority of those agencies have defined goals or objectives around shared services, a new study finds.
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The federal government is expected to invest over $18 billion in cloud computing by 2018, a new research study predicts.