Open Source

October 4, 2017
Going Beyond the Buzzword – Getting to Grips with Government Digital Transformation premium
Digital transformation, application modernization, faster service delivery – these terms are being thrown around so much that they’ve become so ubiquitous as to be meaningless. What is digital transformation after all? For me, the best analogy is Blockbuster versus Netflix. Failing to anticipate the shift to on-demand and streaming entertainment, Blockbuster failed to futureproof its […]
Enterprise Platforms Marketing Manager
August 1, 2016
4 Technology Stories You May Have Missed Last Week premium
The Most Critical Skills Gap: Cybersecurity Since Target’s hack back in 2013, cybersecurity has been top of mind for organizations, especially those with sensitive information. However, the talent pool of those who are skilled in intrusion detection, secure software development and attack mitigation is not growing at the same rate as the demand. Many reasons […]
March 2, 2015
Why You Shouldn’t Just Rely on the Open Source Community to Harden Code premium
“Responsibility for secure open software is, well, complicated,” writes Government Computer News. It’s not just complicated; it’s also perhaps one of the most misunderstood aspects of open source software development. You’ve no doubt read that open source software (OSS) is more secure than proprietary software because the code is genuinely hardened thanks to reviewers in […]
February 2, 2015
Open Source – A Game Changer for Government Application Modernization premium
According to Federal Computer Week, federal agencies spend almost half of their annual IT budgets on supporting legacy applications. Even more worrying, about 47% of the government’s existing IT applications are based on legacy technology that needs modernizing. While digital government innovation is on the rise, as evidenced by websites like and numerous state […]
August 1, 2014
Technically News – 8/1 premium
This week in government IT news: The EPA Doesn't Know What Clouds It Has; GSA CIO Calls for Open Source to be Considered First; NIST Revising Key Security Controls Publication
July 24, 2014
The 4 Steps To Opening Your Agency's Data premium
Open government is not about releasing every bit and byte you’ve ever collected to the world. Without context and structure, that data will not be applied in ways that will most benefit you and your constituents. We have identified four steps to help your agency move along the data flow process.
June 13, 2014
Technically News – 6/13 premium
This week in Technically News: Red Hat’s CEO Sees Open Source Cloud Domination; NIST Updating Mobile Forensics Guidance; Up to 70% of Government IT Staff Will Depart Within Five Years; DLT Solutions Ups Its Cloud Game With New Procurement Tool For Government Clients
May 16, 2014
Technically News – 5/16 premium
This week in Technically News: Obama Signs Nation's First 'Open Data' Law; New NIST Guidelines Aim to Help IT System Developers Build Security in From the Ground Up; How Government Can Securely Leverage Cloud Environments; Open Source Lessons for Feds
May 12, 2014
Technically News – 5/9 premium
This week in Technically News: Open Government Week Starts May 12; White House Big Data Report Earns Praise, Skepticism; The Converging Worlds of Technology and Government.
April 25, 2014
Technically News – 4/25 premium
This week in Technically News: Red Hat Touts Virtual Containers as Next Advance in Cloud Computing; In The Wake of Heartbleed, Open Source Software is Under Scrutiny; The Future of Mobility Goes Far Beyond BYOD; Severe Shortage of Tech Talent in Government, Says Report; DLT Solutions Announces CODEvolved