Army plans 2012 release of major IT contract

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

Oracle, HP fight intensifies

Companies trade accusations over the future of Itanium servers.

How microservers could change the data center

Find out why some experts think microservers are going to give the boot to virtualization in many large datacenters.

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.

New or old, computer systems don’t always behave

After a week when a data storage failure in a relatively new statewide system created havoc for Virginia agencies, the final three – including the 74 branches of the Department of Motor Vehicles – are expected to resume services today. But the problems of state agency computer systems are national in scope.

Virginia fights computer failures

Computer failures leave Virginia agencies hobbled.

Dell servers will power NASA’s climate change investigations

Dell Computer Corp. has entered into a $5.1 million contract to provide new servers to NASA so the agency can conduct simulation modeling and data analysis to explore, understand and predict climate change.

ISO: National Cancer Institute looks for cloud technology

The National Cancter Institute's request for proposals seeks a contractor for cloud-based storage and server computing systems at SAIC-Frederick, Md., center.

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.

HP challenges Cisco with 3Com purchase

Hewlett Packard's announcement that it plans to buy network equipment maker 3Com Corp. for $2.7 billion in cash is largely viewed as a smart move by the giant computer maker and a salvo fired across the bow of its chief rival, Cisco Systems Inc.

ManTech broadens IT aid to DIA media exploitation center

ManTech International Corp. will continue providing information technology services to the Defense Intelligence Agency under a prime contract valued at $76 million.