Private-sector IT organizations are often known more for pushing back, wearing people down, and never quite achieving alignment with business needs; they'd do well to look to education IT for lessons in how to do it better.
After yesterday's FBI raid, Obama's new CIO, Vivek Kundra, is suddenly taking "a leave from his position," reports NBC. FBI agents raided Kundra's former office, where he was CTO of the Washington, DC district.
Just the other day I wrote about Obama's newly appointed CIO, Vivek Kundra, and his love affair with Google, RIM, and Apple. Well, Microsoft may be in luck after all. This morning twelve FBI agents reportedly stormed the Washinton, D.C. CTO's office, where Kudra left his post last week.
Ever since Vivek Kundra was appointed by Obama last week as the US's first Chief Information Officer, the blogosphere has been abuzz about what it will mean for tech juggernauts like Google, Microsoft, and Apple. The 34-year-old former CTO of Washington, D.C.
Everyone is all a buzz about the Federal Stimulus package. Will it save the economy? Will it save my project? Will it save my job? The simple fact is nobody knows for certain. We do know a lot of the broad ideas. We are also starting to see a stronger emphasis on technology. It is pretty well accepted that funds will be targeted in a few key areas: