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Tag: Google

Unisys, Partners to Migrate Federal Agency’s Communications to Google Cloud

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has awarded Earth Resources Technology, Inc. a $11.5 million three-year task order under the NOAALink

Cloud Computing Focal Point of GovConExec Magazine’s Spring Issue

GovConWire’s publisher Executive Mosaic is this week releasing its spring edition of GovConExec magazine, which takes a deep dive into

GSA Turns to Google, Unisys for Email, Collaboration Solutions

GSA has a deal in place with partners Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) and Unisys (NYSE: UIS) to migrate 17, 000 employees

Mike Bradshaw on Google’s New Cloud Apps for Federal Government

Google is taking another step in an effort to bring the cloud to the federal government by releasing a version

Google’s Mike Bradshaw, Federal CIO Vivek Kundra Talk Cloud Security

The federal government is excited about the cloud – although there are some concerns about privacy and security as the

Mike Bradshaw Comments on Google’s Partnership With IceWeb

Google has partnered with IceWEB  to deliver information sharing solutions to the public sector. IceWEB will work closely with several

Google’s Mike Bradshaw on ‘Buzz, ‘ Expected Uprise in Government Social Networking

Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) is aiming to incorporate the social networking  feature “Buzz” feature into the version of Gmail that it

Contract Award- CSC – City of Los Angeles

CSC announced today that it will begin work on a contract awarded by the City of Los Angeles to replace

Dell, Google and AT&T Team Up

Dell is hoping to launch a new smart phone in early 2010 according to an article in the Wall Street

Google Defends Plan to Digitize Books

Google defended its book digitization program to Congress yesterday. David Drummond, senior vice president of corporate development and chief legal