Profile of Wyatt Kashformer Editor, InformationWeek Government
Member Since: 11/15/2013
News & Commentary Posts: 64
Wyatt Kash is a former Editor of InformationWeek Government, and currently VP for Content Strategy at ScoopMedia. He has covered government IT and technology trends since 2004, as Editor-in-Chief of Government Computer News and Defense Systems (owned by The Washington Post Co. and subsequently 1105 Media). He also was part of a startup venture at AOL, where he helped launch AOL Government. His editorial teams have earned numerous national journalism awards. He is the 2011 recipient of the G.D. Crain Award, bestowed annually on one individual nationally for outstanding career contributions to editorial excellence in American business media.
Articles by Wyatt Kash
posted in October 2013
Federal CIO Steven VanRoekel calls Obamacare site's launch something "to be proud of" and urges government IT community to view bugs as a "teachable moment."
Big data challenge isn't now to handle current volume but what's to come, warn federal CIOs.
Army buys 50,000 seat licenses for cloud-based Microsoft Office and collaboration tools.
Moving data into a cloud service is easier than getting it out. Here's what agencies must consider before signing on the dotted line.
Disaster relief simulation demonstrates how governments and NGOs, with incompatible technologies, can join forces and collaborate quickly via the cloud.
Spending will increase only some and significant IT challenges remain ahead for government agencies, says TechAmerica Foundation.
Greater respect for federal data services might be one of the good things to come from the government shutdown.
Windows Azure U.S. Government Cloud will meet Defense Department security standards in a multi-tenant environment.