Michael Dell speaks out on HP PC spinoff

Dell looks to capitalize on HP's separation from PC business.

Army plans 2012 release of major IT contract

The contract, ITES-3H, will support the Army’s requirements for commercial hardware and more.

General Dynamics wins $3.7B Army procurement contract

General Dynamics C4 Systems Inc. will provide the Army with computer hardware and software procurement assistance under a five-year $3.7 billion contract, according to an Aug. 29 Defense Department announcement.

HP puts PC business up for sale, dumps mobile devices

Company also in midst of $10 billion deal for software maker Autonomy as it shifts toward more enterprise computing company.

For 100 years, IBM kept changing in order to stay IBM

There are scads of reasons IBM has survived and thrived over the last century, but not least of them has been technological innovation.

Marines go shopping for $880M worth of new computers

The Marine Corps is planning to spend $880 million to buy more than 400,000 desktop and laptop computers as well as a smaller number of commercial and rugged tablet computers through a five-year Marine Corps Common Hardware Suite procurement contract.

Dell to supply VA with $476M in PCs, services

Dell Corp. will provide the Veterans Affairs Department with PCs, technology and services at more than 1,200 VA sites nationwide under a four-year, $476 million contract that will include approximately 600,000 PCs and monitors.

Savvy agencies want IT that lowers costs, improves efficiencies

The economic crisis and government budget cuts may be forcing feds to tighten their belts, but that hasn't stopped them from embracing today's latest technology, according to a new survey. In fact, it's those new tech solutions that are helping them survive during the cash crunch.

Raytheon moves to pursue thin-client demands

Now a unit of Raytheon Co., Trusted Computer Solutions is taking its cross-domain thin-client technology into the Defense Department, the intelligence community and beyond.

Crazy prediction, or crazy serious?

Tell us what you think of these six views of the future of IT.

Ozzie lays out 'post-PC world'

Ray Ozzie, renown for jumpstarting Microsoft's move to the Internet cloud, described a new vision for the company in a "post-PC world."

BAE wins $300M DIA next-gen desktop upgrade

BAE Systems will modernize the Defense Intelligence Agency information system under a five-year award that has a $300 million ceiling.

Serco helps VA reintegrate, train vets for jobs

Serco Inc. will provide the Veterans Affairs Department with program management assistance under a competitively won task order valued at approximately $20 million.

Dell doubles down on data centers, services

Dell plans to double the size of its $16 billion data center and technology services business and move away from being a PC supplier.

Be careful of those hard drives, XP users

This post is for those that are still, and will be for a while, users of Windows XP. If that isn’t you then look away – or maybe gloat a little.

Lockheed extends its IT services work at NASA

Lockheed Martin Corp. will continue providing several computer services to NASA under a contract extension that has an estimated value of $230 million.

Dell-Perot marriage focuses on common goals

Paul Bell, president of Dell Public Sector, explains how a focus on the customer is key to making the Dell-Perot acquisition a success.