Former ServerVault CEO takes same post at Clear Government Solutions

At ServerVault, John Kraft led the company to an annual growth rate exceeding 35 percent.

Former FedRamp adviser named Kickstand partner

New role continues Michael Lee’s service as senior IT government adviser.

Can Ballmer and Microsoft catch Apple and Android?

Steve Ballmer made his case before the Northern Virginia Technology Council on April 19, but is Microsoft just playing the "Me too" card?

Get ready for the everything-as-a-service world

It might take years but cloud computing will have a long-lasting and fundamental impact on everything in the government market. Now is the time to prepare.

Former NRC CIO drawn to ActioNet's agility, innovation

New hire will help align customers with the technological advances needed to grow business.

Cloud computing gets more complicated, govvies say

Federal executives find that the decision to migrate to the cloud is not just a go-no go decision.

Dell sets sights on cloud client-computing provider

Acquisition will expand computer giant’s enterprise solutions portfolio and desktop virtualization capabilities.

How one small business embraced the cloud and won

Global Computer Enterprises reached for cloud computing more than six years ago and was one of the first to offer the service to government agencies.

Army resumes enterprise e-mail migration after hiatus

The Army has resumed migrating to enterprise e-mail after submitting a congressionally mandated report on cost efficiency and effectiveness.

Xerox duplicates move to cloud data centers for Texas

Company best known for copiers will streamline IT operations of Texas state agencies with secure, cloud-based services.

Interior wants to put all its messages in one cloud

The department is looking for a cloud-based Enterprise eArchive System for capturing e-mail, social media, instant messaging and electronic documents.

What are VanRoekel's top 5 priorities for 2012?

The federal CIO sets an agenda focused on innovation, efficiency and better services to the citizen.

Cisco to buy Lightwire in $271M cash deal

Lightwire acquisition will allow Cisco to deliver cost-effective, high-speed networks with the next generation of optical connectivity.

Taking stock of top 10 lists

Do Gartner's annual lists of top technologies hit the mark or miss the boat? We look back over the years to find out.

IBM wraps up DemandTec acquisition

Purchase extends Big Blue’s Smarter Commerce initiative by adding cloud-based software offering.

2013 budget proposal puts IT on short leash

Obama's 2013 budget proposal aims to slash federal IT in some areas but expand its use when it can streamline government operations. The budget also includes an overall 8-percent reduction in Small Business Administration technical assistance programs.

CGI to transition NRC financial services to cloud

Contract calls for transferring NRC's accounting systems from current hosting provider to CGI's Momentum Community Cloud infrastructure.

Amazon makes another strategic hire

Adds executive with deep experience navigating the government channel.

Data Computer Corp. wins 2 DOD cloud-services awards

The task orders are worth $4.3 million for cloud computing design and development as well as operations and maintenance-support services.

FUD surrounds cloud computing procurement process

Steve Kelman has some reassurances on acquisition practices.