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Why Agencies Need Multi-Cloud Strategies

To ensure that their applications are flexible and won’t suffer if a cloud service goes down, agencies should deploy apps across multiple cloud service providers.

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What Will Be the Top IT Priorities of the Next DOD CIO?

The Pentagon’s next IT chief will need to deal with data center consolidation, a new cybersecurity architecture and potentially reforming DISA.

Government Cloud Storage: Its Uses and Benefits

As federal agencies consolidate data centers, and as the amount of data generated by applications continues to grow, cloud storage is an increasingly useful solution.

The Army and Marines Tackle Mobility Challenges

To meet their mission and battlefield needs, the armed forces are pushing for more flexible and fluid mobile technology.

Study Confirms Conventional Wisdom: Legacy Federal IT Breeds Cybersecurity Risks

Upgrading outdated technology systems can improve agencies’ security, according to an academic study.

7 Tips for a Successful Migration to Windows 10

As agencies upgrade older operating systems, here are some useful guidelines they should think about to ensure a smooth switch.

Telework Technology Evolves, but Barriers Remain to Adoption, GAO Says

Managerial resistance and IT hurdles are barriers to the implementation of successful remote working deployments, the government watchdog found.

The Military Might Need to Change Its Culture for Younger Cyberwarriors

Even as military commanders try to adapt to a new generation of cybersecurity recruits, the new cadre of officers faces some resistance in the armed forces’ culture and structure.

Why Agencies Should Take After Lyft and Uber

As federal departments shift to Software as a Service cloud models, they need to make sure services are delivered with citizens in mind, according to acting federal CIO Margie Graves.

GITEC 2017: VA Makes Progress on Transforming IT, but Still Has Work to Do

The Veterans Affairs Department has streamlined its technology but has major projects ahead of it, including a new scheduling system and a looming decision on electronic health records.

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