bywalkerj02-08-201608:31 AM - edited 02-08-201610:29 AM
The recent explosion of connected devices, big data and cloud computing has led to revolutionary changes in our use of technology. While these innovative technologies have unleashed unparalleled possibilities for government agencies, they have also seriously threatened network security. Every new piece of technology added to the network – from sensors, to laptops, to cloud datacenters, to mobile phones – is a new endpoint that has the potential to be compromised.
byAnthony Robbins01-18-201608:52 AM - edited 01-18-201609:18 AM
On December 9, 2015 industry leaders from Brocade, AT&T, General Motors and Facebook joined senior officials from the federal government, including U.S. CIO Tony Scott, to discuss one of the most pressing issues facing our nation, the Future of U.S. Digital Infrastructure.
bytony.celeste11-09-201507:10 AM - edited 11-09-201507:11 AM
The Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act (FITARA) is poised to support big changes in federal IT. A recent survey found that 79 percent of feds believe FITARA will positively affect the way IT is viewed at their agency by helping CIOs improve communication, making IT leaders more accountable and reinforcing their positions as integral and critical stakeholders.