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In recent history, the government was able to come together to successfully send people to the moon, yet today, they can’t execute a website, however complicated the backend is. FedSmith recently consolidated all the solution-based articles about the public sector’s tech problem into an easy to consumer article. Read it here.
Feel anxious because you may have missed a 2014 cloud prediction? Luckily, Enterprise Irregulars has pulled together all the “most interesting and thought-provoking” predictions for you. Find them here.
Why is 2014 the year Google takes over the enterprise? Cite World claims it’s because A. Android will finally be accepted by security-minded IT managers, B. Chrome’s adoption rate is growing exponentially due to mobile devices, and C. Chromebooks. Learn about each trend by reading their article.
The US Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) recently launched an open data hub on their site. They hope developers will use the freely available data, APIs, tools, and resources to create apps and spread information about the VA. We expect the availability of open government IT resources like these to become mainstream in 2014.
Losing weight is the single most popular resolution people make January first. This year, the government has pledged the same thing by continuing their efforts to reduce the amount of paper records they maintain. IT Business Edge has the scoop, exploring a recent MeriTalk survey of 100 federal records and information management professionals.