Microsoft Greenlights Gag Order Lawsuit
Citing free speech, Microsoft and Google proceed with lawsuits against government to allow the companies to publicly divulge more information about FISA requests for user data.
New York State Chooses Office 365
Microsoft's Windows 8 might be struggling, but Office 365 is a cloud juggernaut. Its latest customer: New York State, which will move 120,000 employees to the popular cloud office suite by the end of the year.
Why Feds Are Embracing Agile
Agile development can save costs, but it also can help improve the position of the CIO and the IT organization in the agency.
Why The Hush Around DISA's Mobility Award?
Defense Information Systems Agency's contract is already reshaping the playing field for federal mobile players. But the lack of program details is a disservice to the broader mobile market.
Texas Doubles Down On Tough Breach Law
Everything is bigger in the Lone Star State -- even the state's breach notice requirements, which, constitutional or not, may impact companies nationwide. Here's what IT teams need to know.
DOD Launches Wire Service For Employees
News aggregator milWire scours Internet for info relevant to Department of Defense employees, joins other tools including a YouTube-like service on DOD-only website.
GSA's eBuy Site Goes Mobile
GSA's mobile tool includes text message alerts and can help small businesses win government contracts for products and services.