Federal CIO Kundra Resigns For Harvard Job
Vivek Kundra will leave the White House for the Ivy League after two years of pushing aggressively for federal IT reform on consolidation, cloud computing, and cybersecurity.
How Google Instant Pages Improves Search
Say goodbye to I'm Feeling Lucky and say hello to I'm Feeling Confident: Google's new search trick takes educated guessing to another level. Just beware a few potential problems.
Obama To Close 50% Of Federal Websites
Say goodbye to the website of Fiddlin' Forresters, an old-time string band made up of U.S. Forest Service employees. It's on a hit list as the White House targets wasteful spending.
Federal CIOs Report Progress On IT Reform
Cloud computing has been used to save money, improve uptime, and boost collaboration at the Department of Interior, Army Corps of Engineers, and Office of Personnel Management.
Riverbed Unveils SMB Cloud Storage Gateways
Riverbed uses deduplication, large caches, and encryption to help companies quickly and securely move large amounts of data between their private networks and public clouds.
Apple iCloud Purchasing First Look
Apple's iCloud will give you the ability to see all apps you've purchased on any of your iOS devices and download them to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch without a wire in sight. Join BYTE executive editor Brian Burgess for a look at the service that will show you what to expect.
HP Improves Its Data Center In A Box
To boost the manageability of its EcoPod containerized servers, HP added a service aisle for IT staff. Do these power-savvy and space-saving pods beat the competition from the likes of Dell?
Apple WWDC: Lion OS Roars In At Just $29
Apple takes a direct job at Microsoft with this pricing on the next version of Max OSX, available next month only through the Mac App store. And with full-screen apps, Apple also swings at Google's Chrome OS.
Apple WWDC Visual Tour: First Look At iCloud, Lion, iOS 5, And More
Fresh from Apple's WWDC event, see images and details on Apple's iCloud service, Lion OS, iOS 5 for iPhone and iPad and other goodies unveiled by Steve Jobs. InformationWeek.com's Fritz Nelson brings you the latest from the company known for design style as much as substance.
Harris Adds Security To Multi-Tenant Clouds
The Cyber Integration Center, a data center that incorporates the latest security measures and offers them in a self-service cloud setting, has opened for business, offering a new form on infrastructure as a service.
White House Seeks Advice On Tweets
The Obama administration has posted a survey online asking for feedback on its own social-media activity, as well as questioning people about their own online habits.
Apple WWDC: Will Jobs Answer Big iCloud Questions?
Steve Jobs is expected to reveal a disruptive new cloud service and updates to two operating systems, Mac OS X 10.7, known as Lion, and iOS 5. The Apple CEO’s faithful await answers on some important unanswered details about each--and will expect one more thing.
Steve Jobs WWDC Keynote Live Blog
At Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference, CEO Steve Jobs takes the stage to lift the curtain on iCloud, Lion OS, the latest iOS update, and maybe one more thing.