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Pentagon Investigators to Probe NSA’s Crackdown on Rogue IT Employees

January 11, 2016 Be it a rogue contractor or an unknowing employee with sloppy login and logoff habits, insiders are a major threat to U.S. secrets, say researchers and ...

Why NIH Wants to Change Incentives for Researchers

January 11, 2016 NIH is building a virtual space called “the Commons,” where researchers can share data, software and other virtual tools.

Up to 70 Percent of Global Internet Traffic Goes Through Northern Virginia

January 8, 2016 it’s a central region for the Internet backbone.

GSA Wants to Make It Easier for Agencies to Get to the Cloud

January 7, 2016 The agency wants to create a cloud portfolio of products and services that can help agencies migrate to new tech.

3 Government Tech Trends to Watch in 2016

January 5, 2016 As we ring in 2016, we will see a significant acceleration within three key technologies as the public sector fundamentally transforms its services to meet ...

Is Cloud Computing Saving the Pentagon Money? Watchdog Still Doesn’t Know

January 4, 2016 DOD lacks a standardized definition for cloud computing and an inventory to track cloud-based contracts.

Pentagon Grants Contractors an Extension on Hack Detection Rules

January 4, 2016 Companies get an extra year-and-a-half to comply with stronger security standards.

Resolutions Government CIOs Should Consider in 2016

December 23, 2015 The emerging trend among modern CIOs is to think bigger and have goals beyond lowering costs and increasing efficiency.

5 Cyber Risk Trends for 2016

December 21, 2015 These are the top themes CIOs and CISOs should have on their radar in the new year.

The Environmental Toll of a Netflix Binge

December 17, 2015 The data centers that support the Internet use a huge amount of energy.