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John Zyskowski

John Zyskowski is a senior editor of Federal Computer Week. Follow him on Twitter: @ZyskowskiWriter.

5 tech shockwaves still felt today

Information technology has been transformative for government – are these the most pivotal changes?

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.

Disaster recovery goes virtual

Business continuity capabilities don’t have to be gold-plated to get the job done anymore.

How microservers could change the data center

Find out why some experts think microservers are going to give the boot to virtualization in many large datacenters.

Looking for help from veterans (again)

FCW wants to know what you think of the VA's new Blue Button personal health record Web application.

Can we avoid telework train wrecks?

The number of federal employees who telework is going to grow this year, but it’s not going to be a successful situation for all of them.

Which cloud services are you eyeing?

E-mail has been a popular choice among early public cloud adopters, so what's next?

Why can’t I check e-mail on my iPhone?

What handheld devices would you like to see your agency support?

Is Google's fight with Interior a sign of maturity?

Cloud vendors are starting to fight each other in the legal arena for contract advantages. Is the technology still cutting-edge?

Crazy prediction, or crazy serious?

Tell us what you think of these six views of the future of IT.

7 BlackBerry tricks from the pros (but what's missing?)

Experts offer their tips for making the most of your BlackBerry smart phone. Now tell us yours.

Cloud might let users bypass IT -- for a while

How the IT department’s role will change from builder to buyer in the age of cloud computing.

More thoughts about CIOs and agile software development

Chief information officers are co-opting agile software development techniques as a way to accelerate their ability in the executive suite to evaluate, acquire and deploy new technologies.