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Agency CIOs thinking smarter as IT spending declines

Agency CIOs thinking smarter as IT spending declines

Via FederalNewsRadio.com by Jack Moore

For the first time federal agencies are expected to spend less on information technology in the current year than they did the year before. But that doesn’t mean agencies are necessarily scaling back their capabilities. Despite technology’s receding top line, agency chief information offices aren’t thinking smaller when it comes it IT — they’re thinking smarter.

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10 Ways Government Clouds Have Changed This Year – Government

Via InformationWeek by Kevin L. Jackson

In December 2012, Cary Landis and I made 10 predictions about how cloud computing was likely to evolve this year and how those changes were likely to impact enterprise computing. But things are moving fast in the world of cloud computing, reaffirming some of those predictions and altering others.

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National Cyber Security Awareness Month Kick Off With Theme of “Shared Responsibility”

Via GovLoop by Shany

This month the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) kicks off the 10th anniversary of its National Cyber Security Awareness Month, which is lead by NCSA and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).

This year’s theme is “Our Shared Responsibility,” and today the NCSA is hosting an event at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston where industry and government leaders will discuss ways we can make the Internet safer and more secure in the decade to come.

Over the past 10 years, cyber security challenges have increased tremendously thanks to the proliferation of social networking, cloud computing and mobile solutions.  As a result, the NCSA is calling on everyone who uses the Internet to play a role in enhancing cyber safety.

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