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The agency will implement e-mail in the cloud using Google Apps for Government under an almost $7 million deal with Unisys. Many agencies are paying attention to how GSA implements this technology. GSA's CIO or Unisys could not confirm whether the datacenter is located in the U.S.
Google has filed a lawsuit against the Interior Department in an attempt to prevent the agency from going ahead with bid requests to host a cloud-based electronic messaging system. According to a lawsuit filed in U.S. Court of Federal Claims, Google says they met with Interior Department officials on several occasions asking them to [...]
Wall Street Journal reports that overqualified workers may start to look for better jobs they took during a down economy.
The world's most popular social networking site has announced yet another addition to its arsenal of online weapons designed to take down internet powerhouse Google.
An uptick in hires for the holidays is welcome news for those rounding up some extra cash for Christmas shopping, and may be a sign of permanent job growth.
Passengers on commercial flights may still have to pay for cocktails, snacks and headphones, but one particularly sought-after feature will be free this holiday season.
Amidst a rise in cyber attacks, OhMyGov's Mark Malseed joined Francis Rose on In Depth to discuss how agencies can continue to innovate in times of increased online threats.
It is not as easy to prevent those with ill intent from accessing personal information in social networks like Facebook, Twitter and Flickr than those sites would have users believe, according to a new online study.
Google is suing the U.S. government for what it claims is unfairly requiring the Web-based document system it uses to be part of Microsoft.