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Commerce Nominee Endorses Cyber Push, Modernizing Government Tech

January 18 Billionaire investor Wilbur Ross also praised the security benefits of cloud computing.

Microsoft Gets Big Cloud Win in Defense Department

January 18 A provisional authorization means military customers and DOD agencies can use Microsoft’s cloud for compute, storing, networking and database services.

Here's Why Defense IT Firms Should Brace for Merger Mania

January 9 Companies that excel in emerging technologies—like cloud computing and internet of things—will be prime targets.

GSA Wants Disruptive Tech for Shared Services

January 4 “This is an important step toward understanding how we can change the way government does business internally," according to one official.

Public Sector IT Trends for 2017

December 30, 2016 Not surprising, 2016 was a big year for cybersecurity at the state and federal level.

How the CIA's Cloud Puts Fresh Tech at Analysts' Fingertips

December 14, 2016 The intelligence community's marketplace gets new software into analysts' hands faster.

Report: Expect Cyber Investments, More Outsourced IT Under Trump

December 7, 2016 While cybersecurity investments and IT outsourcing may increase, expect agencies' agile efforts to wither.

Newest High-Tech Prediction From Google Exec Who Foresaw Rise of Mobile and Cloud

December 7, 2016 Within a decade, will we be 3-D printing our clothes at home?

The Government Finally May Have Found All Its Data Centers

December 7, 2016 Agencies have closed 4,300 of nearly 11,000 data centers.

U.S. Chief Data Scientist: 'Time is Now' For Technologists to Jump into Public Service

December 2, 2016 The data already exists, DJ Patil said, to solve some important crises—if only we could piece together the pieces.

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