The explosive growth of cloud computing services and Internet-connected mobile devices is creating exciting opportunities for users to connect, share common interests and access information.
Cloud computing enables a broad range of benefits for public and private sectors, including cost savings, state-of-the-art computing power and software, increased agility, and job creation.
We hope our comments on consumer privacy provide the Commerce Department and the FTC with helpful feedback.
At an HHS press event, we announced new functionality that wires every HealthVault account to use online encrypted patient e-mail based on Direct Project security protocols.
Microsoft announced today that Portland Public Schools, the largest school district in Oregon, plans to first move faculty and staff to Microsoft’s Live@edu cloud computing platform, followed by their high school students.
So far, more than a third of the state of Oregon has enrolled in Live@edu. Along with Portland Public Schools, the following school districts are also reaping the benefits of Live@edu: Ashland Public Schools, Columbia Gorge, Coos Bay School District, Phoenix Talent School District, McMinnville School District, Redmond School District, St. Cecilia School and Sisters School District. You can read more about how the Coos Bay Public School District is using Live@edu’s Web-based tools to enhance its IT instruction and learning environments, and to help students improve their study skills.