Featured Government Content

  1. Banks Must Go Mobile Or Go Out
    3/16/2016

    Study assesses the current state of mobile banking.

  2. Data Protection Is Crucial
    3/14/2016

    Sometimes looking at issues from outside a healthcare perspective can be illuminating. This is especially true as your healthcare clients interact and partner with an increasingly diverse group of vendors and organizations. An NTT Communications report brings new emphasis on how important it is for organizations of all types to understand the cost of security breaches.

  3. Vulnerabilities EMV Doesn’t Fix
    3/11/2016

    Yasser Abou-Nasr, SVP of Commerce Services at North American Bancard, answered Business Solutions’ questions about what weaknesses still exist after EMV and how software developers and resellers can overcome these vulnerabilities.

  4. Managers Remain Ambivalent About Unified Communications
    3/10/2016

    Despite UC’s benefits, many IT leaders remain skeptical about deployment.

  5. Best Advice For Channel Success
    3/9/2016

    How channel partners can operate a successful business in 2016

  6. CenturyLink, VMware Team Up With New Government Cloud Offering
    2/25/2016

    IaaS offering is now available to federal government agencies via GSA contracts.

  7. Cybercriminals Target IRS E-filing PIN application
    2/24/2016

    IRS counters efforts to hack e-filing PIN system.

  8. Updated Dashboards Reveal Agency-Specific Website Traffic
    2/23/2016

    Filters provide important insights into public interactions with federal agencies.

  9. Army Issues RFI For Cloud Transformation Project
    1/14/2016

    Last November, the Army introduced the Army Cloud computing Enterprise Transformation (ACCENT) in a draft request for proposal.

  10. Research Finds $30 Billion Wasted In U.S. On Unused Software
    11/20/2015

    Global organizations are wasting money on software that is not used, according to a new report from Software Lifecycle Automation company 1E. The report The Real Cost of Unused Software analyzed the results of a four-year study of more than 1,800 software titles deployed on 3.6 million desktops, in 129 enterprises, across 14 industries.