The reliability of cloud services is making customers complacent and many of them don't plan for worst-case scenarios.
U.S. Department of Defense CIO Teri Takai intends to move the agency's IT in a more mainstream direction to help speed adoption of new technologies.
The U.S. government has been urging green IT practices in its operations, consolidating data centers and offering telecommuting. Now it wants to go a step further.
President Obama Thursday night shared his criticism of government IT operations with the world via a mistakenly open microphone.
For the third year, computer science enrollments have increased.
Officials from cloud vendor firms along with others urged Congress to resist any calls to increase regulation of cloud services and technologies.
As the market for cloud services grows, big enterprise IT vendors are moving swiftly to develop cloud offerings that cater to their respective markets...
If the U.S. government is shut down by a budget impasse Friday night at midnight, various services could be interrupted, but the IRS will still collect taxes electronically.
Gartner has revised upward its forecast for global IT spending through 2015; cites soaring tablet computer sales.
As data centers continue to add technology, they aren't necessarily adding people to manage their servers, new surveys have found.
Undisclosed federal authorities are seeking the work laptop of an Infosys worker who sued the firm after it allegedly asked him to help get temporary B-1 visas for employees who required H-1B visas.
The world of new Hewlett-Packard CEO Leo Apotheker is a lot more complicated than the one imagined by his predecessors.
Hewlett-Packard CEO Leo Apotheker is taking cloud computing to the forefront of HP's strategy, a move that reshapes how the company will serve its customers.
When the earthquake struck in Japan mid-afternoon, Jason Park was in his office in Tokyo on the 39th floor. It started with a mild tremor.