The 2016 budget’s out – read six pages in the Analytic Perspective to get smart on what’s important in Fed IT. If you won’t do the homework, this cup’s a must-read. We did the reading so you don’t have to. […]

With the snow, don’t want you getting frostbite reading this pour on your mobile. Three short pours. Caution, the beverage you are about to enjoy is extremely hot.






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Fifty Shades of Grey hit movie theaters last weekend, just in time for Valentine’s Day. Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele have quite an… unconventional romance. Romantic tension of a different sort is heating up between Feds and cloud computing vendors. MeriTalk’s new study, “Cloud Without the Commitment,” digs into that relationship. Seems Feds are getting […] […]

Is DoD marching in double time to the cloud – or MIA on modernization? That’s the question that caused companies to close ranks at last week’s DoD industry day at the Commerce Department.






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At last, someone that knows what they’re doing.  That’s the hopeful refrain from Federal IT and industry folks after the White House announced Tony Scott as the new Federal CIO.  You can tune in on Tech Tony’s Titan Talent here.  But, I’m pouring a cupful of the one thing nobody asks for – advice.  Five points to consider: Less is More […] […]

Defense wins championships. That’s why New England beat Seattle on Sunday. Defense also keeps data centers from getting sacked. This isn’t about Football Nope. It’s about cyber. And data centers. We all know cyberattacks are proliferating. So MeriTalk asked Feds how their concerns over cyber affect their data center strategies, and turned it into an […] […]