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Dell EMC’s Cameron Chehreh on Federal IT Trends to Watch in 2017 & Cyber’s Info Mgmt Aspects

Work to implement the Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act along with continued digital transformation, cloud computing and data analytics initiatives at agencies were among several topics that led the federal IT landscape in 2016. The federal and commercial technology market landscape also shifted this year as the former Dell Inc. closed …

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Angeline Chen Receives Executive Mosaic’s Top General Counsel Executives Award

ANGELINE G. CHEN VICE PRESIDENT, GENERAL COUNSEL & CHIEF COMPLIANCE OFFICER SIEMENS GOVERNMENT TECHNOLOGIES, INC. Angeline G. Chen currently serves as Vice President, General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer at Siemens Government Technologies, Inc. In this senior management role, Ms. Chen is responsible for all legal, contracting and compliance issues. …

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HHS Raises Cytori Contract Option Value to Support Thermal Burn Treatment Devt

The Department of Health and Human Services‘ Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority has amended a previously awarded contract option to Cytori Therapeutics to fund continued development and investigation of the company’s burn wound treatment. Cytori said Monday BARDA increased the option’s value by $2.5 million to approximately $16.6 million and supplemental funds from the …

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Guest Post: Keith Salisbury on Transforming Government Through Lessons Learned in Silicon Valley

(Keith Salisbury, vice president for U.S. federal sales at Pivotal, shares his insights about the changing nature of software and how industry works with public sector agencies to build modern software similar to Silicon Valley’s most-admired Internet companies with the goal of transformation in government.) The dominant cloud trend we are seeing now …

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Frost & Sullivan: Urbanization, Global Connectivity to Drive ‘Internet of Things,’ Cloud Adoption in Smart Buildings

A new Frost & Sullivan analysis says that worldwide connectivity, urbanization and digital convergence of information technology systems are likely to spur the demand for Internet of Things and cloud-based platforms in smart buildings. Anirudh Bhaskaran, energy and environmental research analyst at Frost & Sullivan, said Tuesday data generated by …

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Tech Firms Form Open Data Platform Alliance; Siki Giunta Comments

Big data companies have forged an open data platform initiative that aims to further the development of big data technologies based on the Apache Hadoop ecosystem. The alliance comprises GE, Hortonworks, IBM, Infosys, Pivotal, SAS, Altiscale, Capgemini, CenturyLink, EMC, Splunk, Verizon Enterprise Solutions, Teradata and VMware, Pivotal said Tuesday. The companies will …

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Carahsoft Adds RSA Offerings to GSA Schedule; Robert Moore Comments

Carahsoft Technology has added the security products and services of RSA, the security division of EMC, to its General Services Administration schedule. Carahsoft serves as the distributor of RSA’s software, hardware and services to the public sector market through the DHS-GSA Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation program under the agreement, Carahsoft said Thursday. RSA’s …

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EMC Federation Offers Software-Defined Data Center; Ray O’Farrell Comments

EMC has unveiled the first EMC Federation suite that works to deliver an automated, virtual data center as a service, accelerate time-to-deployment of applications and support orchestration workflows. The company said Thursday the Federation Software-Defined Data Center Solution is the first of five offerings under EMC Federation, which comprises EMC II, VMware, RSA and Pivotal. …

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Dan Dougherty on EMC’s Push to Tech’s ‘Third Platform’ and Federal Adoption of Converged Infrastructure

Dan Dougherty has led EMC‘s work in the federal market for close to four years in his role as vice president of the data storage and technology provider’s federal division. His more than two-decade career at the company has included service as a VP for the company’s APJ sales strategy …

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Microsoft Open Technologies Launches Subsidiary in China

Microsoft Open Technologies has opened a subsidiary in China to expand the company’s presence in the country and assist in proprietary development processes and open innovation programs. The Microsoft Open Technologies (Shanghai) Co. Ltd. will consist of a team of engineers that will work to advance interoperability, open standards and …

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