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The Defense Department will host an industry day for its Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure cloud acquisition on March 7.
Despite years of top-down push, there's been minimal buy-in from agencies.
Lawmakers also weigh in on bug bounties and advance customer experience and open data bills.
Agencies can avoid vendor lock-in with hybrid open source software.
The Defense Department makes another cloud move.
The bid protest could slow down the Pentagon’s cloud acquisition effort.
The Defense Department awarded a sole-source contract to Eagle Harbor Solutions, an Alaska-based small business with a single employee, to consult in its major cloud acquisition.
The first step to overcoming cloud risks and challenges is understanding them.
Yes, modernization is one.
Cloud-connected medical devices save lives, but also raise questions about privacy, security, and oversight.
, The Atlantic
Here are tips for agencies looking to speed up their plans.
The oversight office extended the deadline for industry to give advice on its coming modernization contract.
Amazon narrows the 238 proposals it received to build its next headquarters to 20 finalists.
In the battle for the cloud, this could provide an advantage.
CSRA moves up the launch date for milCloud 2.0, the on-premise cloud computing solution it’s building for the Defense Department.
Even after convincing pitches, agencies need to choose the right technology based on their overall business goals.
With so much of its business—both in sales and manufacturing—in China, Apple has stay on Beijing’s good side.
The group shaping the department's cloud strategy gets a new chair and new faces.
The potential footprint makes 2014’s Heartbleed look like an op-forces training exercise.
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