Cloud & Infrastructure

Wyoming health IT modernization nears completion

The modules of the Wyoming Integrated Next Generation System were procured separately to ensure best-of-breed solutions.

3 phases on the journey to multicloud

To reap all the benefits that multicloud has to offer, agencies should assess their current IT systems, determine where workloads belong and focus on business goals.

Cloud solutions speed rental assistance payments

The New Mexico Department of Finance and Administration quickly launched a portal for residents to submit applications and track their progress, and a North Carolina county developed an integrated customer contact solution to better deliver payments and services.

How agencies are benefitting from AIOps

With AIOps, network administrators can tackle jobs where there’s too much data for any human to process, help reduce response time and downtime and streamline government IT operations.

Network upgrades support heath care growth in rural Iowa

A redundant 10G closed network infrastructure allows state health care workers to transport data to and from hospitals, clinics and outside partners.

Eco-friendly data centers key to sustainable enterprises

Climate change – and the availability of water and renewable and locally generated energy -- is driving interest in carbon-neutral data centers.

How the Army is embracing telework-friendly tech

The Army is expanding its use of bring-your-own devices through a pilot program that’s expected to initially focus on National Guard and Reserve components as it rolls out Microsoft 365.

Using APIs to bridge the gap between old technology and new needs

Application programming interfaces can deliver better tools, data and reporting for benefit determinations without requiring significant upgrades to existing technology.

Tech woes and fraud top the list of unemployment system issues

A new report from a special Pandemic Response Accountability Committee delves into the issues surrounding UI during COVID-19.

How the Army is embracing telework-friendly tech

The Army is expanding its use of bring-your-own devices through a pilot program that’s expected to initially focus on National Guard and Reserve components as it rolls out Microsoft 365.

DISA done with MilCloud 2.0

The program, which has a contract set to expire in May 2022, was designed to help DOD users from the military services and combatant commands leverage commercial cloud services.

Developing a successful government disaster recovery plan

As the number of natural disasters continues to increase and the cost of recovery exponentiates, DR planning will be vital to the continuity of government agencies at every level.

State CIOs focusing on cyber, digital services, connectivity in 2022

Cloud services, identity and access management and app modernization led NASCIO’s list of top tech tools.

Quantum computing is reality, not fiction. Here’s how agencies can prepare

Establishing supply chains -- infrastructure, network and security -- for quantum computing is a formidable and far-reaching task that must start now.

HPC helps scientists extract data from satellite and drone imagery

Oak Ridge National Laboratory researchers are using GPU-powered machine learning and high-performance computing platforms to optimize data extraction from satellite and drone imagery.

AWS launches Top-Secret West region

The new cloud region, more than 1,000 miles from AWS Top-Secret East, will give customers in the defense, intelligence and national security communities access to multi-region architectures for increased resiliency and availability.

Cloud.gov explores authentication service

The General Services Administration is creating an authentication service for Cloud.gov and other agency customers.