Cloud computing is immensely popular with companies and government agencies in search of revolutionary cost savings and operational flexibility.
Health care is so far behind in basics like user interfaces and data integration, that most of the money spent on electronic health records will have to be re-spent later when the technology actually catches up, according to a new report.
I’m meeting a growing number of innovative IT leaders in the public sector who are driving important advances in the cloud computing market as a whole that could also fuel the industry’s maturation process.
The space agency’s newly appointed CTO for IT outlines a plan to make technology innovation more widely available to NASA engineers and scientists.
Electronic health records are getting another boost from the Office of the National Coordinator, which on Thursday will publish a final rule for a temporary EHR certification program.
Federal Chief Information Officer Vivek Kundra has asked the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) to lead an effort to develop standards and guidelines so that the government can adopt cloud computing in a secure way.