IT modernization will proceed apace, cybersecurity will focus on high-value assets and Windows 10 migrations will pick up.
The White House wants to make shared services a pillar of its strategy to update federal IT.
Leadership is required to drive a new paradigm in agencies’ acquisition processes that considers innovation and total lifecycle costs.
Software-defined networks can help agencies reduce management costs and provide services on the fly.
To ensure that their applications are flexible and won’t suffer if a cloud service goes down, agencies should deploy apps across multiple cloud service providers.
The Pentagon’s next IT chief will need to deal with data center consolidation, a new cybersecurity architecture and potentially reforming DISA.
Upgrading outdated technology systems can improve agencies’ security, according to an academic study.
The push for a federal policy that encourages IT modernization is gaining momentum, according to key lawmakers.
Even if the federal technology budget shrinks, spending on the cloud is expected to increase, the research firm says.
The Trump administration is likely going to propose a fiscal 2018 budget with large cuts to civilian agencies outside of the Defense Department.