Meet NOAA's Unique 3D Weather Tool
Science on a Sphere, a carbon-fiber globe created by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, displays weather conditions and environmental data in a compelling way.
Feds’ Cloud March Stalled
It’s been three years since Vivek Kundra established a “Cloud First” policy for federal agencies. How’s that working out for taxpayers?
Are Legacy Systems Keeping You Prisoner?
Does your organization depend on a decades-old IT infrastructure? Here are some strategies for breaking out of outdated systems that are too risky to leave in place.
Obama's Open Data Plan: Much Work Ahead
Open government advocates found plenty to praise in Obama administration's latest National Action Plan (NAP). But agencies must now make good on those plans.
NASA Mars MAVEN Mission: 5 Facts
How did Mars lose its atmosphere? NASA's Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution (MAVEN) spacecraft, now en route to the Red Planet, aims to find out.
Tech Giants To US: Stop Spying
Apple, AOL, Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Twitter, and Yahoo have asked the US government to limit its data gathering.
Are You A Mobile Blocker Or Enabler?
When working remotely, viewing content is great, but teams also need to change documents, share updates, and kick off downstream tasks. Access-only mode doesn't cut it anymore.
Workday Makes Big Cloud Gains In Q3
Workday reports an 82% increase in subscription revenues for HR and financials applications as it takes big customers live on its cloud-based apps.
FDCCI: Lots Of Opportunities - Or Lost Ones?
The Federal Data Center Consolidation Initiative offered a great opportunity to redeploy resources. But agencies that didn't seize it now face a tougher investment environment.