State officials say that bringing in outside help to assist with software contract negotiations is becoming increasingly important with the advent of software-as-a-service.
This week a breach of Anthem Inc. data affecting as many 80 million customers came to light.
Senior executives from Salesforce subsidiary and VMware join the Obama administration.
The convening focuses on solving urban problems through synergy and innovation.
Sam Greenblatt has joined software-defined storage company Nexenta’s board as chief technologist in residence
States and cities are bringing in chief innovation officers to shake up hidebound bureaucracies and devise new strategies for solving pressing problems.
The Statewide Technology Approval Reform (STAR) project is dividing the approval process into four stages: business analysis, alternatives, procurement, and the solution analysis. Each stage is separated by a “gate” – a go/no-go decision milestone.
New documentation is enabling state agencies and departments to purchase cloud migration and assessment services from qualified contractors.
CA Technologies recently appointed a new vice president in charge of state and local government and education markets nationwide.
The attack on the second-largest health insurer in the U.S. could be one of the largest data breaches in the healthcare industry.