Service plans to launch procurement by end of month.
Agencies counteract dwindling IT budgets by offering services to other divisions.
Another victory for Opportunity, the spunky little rover driving on Mars
International assistance agency seeks a platform to build and share new technology.
Service wants to make the bidding process more accessible to start-ups.
Kenyan capital becomes third African city to hostan IBM 'innovation center.'
Researchers in Oregon are creating perfectly matched human tissues through the process of cell cloning.
New research suggests that location plays a smaller role now in who we talk to and what we talk about.
Shared Services Can Be a Money Maker for Some AgenciesAgencies counteract dwindling IT budgets by offering services to other divisions.
What the AP Subpoena Scandal Means for Your Electronic PrivacyTelecom operators that cooperate with feds are protected from lawsuits.
Data Center Consolidation Savings ‘Minimal’ So FarThe government has kept insufficient metrics on savings and is unlikely to meet its goal ...
How Do You Protect Undersea Internet Cables, Anyway?Not very well, evidently.
Technology from Africa Ensures the Cloud Works When Your Connection Doesn’tFor large swathes of the globe, reliably accessing ...
Meet Nicole Wong, Obama's New Internet Privacy CzarPresident Obama has tapped a former Googler for the job.
Interior Storage Heads to the CloudAward to Verizon, IBM and others was slowed by a contract dispute resolved in March.
Ghana’s ISPs Are Dying Out Because the Mobile Web Is BoomingGhana boasts Africa’s highest penetration of mobile broadband, at 23% of the ...
Many CIOs Support IT Reform LegislationTech chiefs also praised PortfolioStat in survey, but have moved on from the 25 Point Plan.
Why You Should Access Online Banking on Your Smartphone Rather Than Your ComputerOne security expert believes that users are more of a risk ...