Profile of Johanna AmbrosioTech Journalist
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Johanna Ambrosio is an award-winning freelance writer specializing in business and technology. She has been a reporter and an editor in the computer industry for over 25 years, covering virtually every technology topic, starting with 'office automation' in the 1980s, as well as management issues including ROI and how to attract and retain talent. Her work has appeared online and in print, in publications including Application Development Trends, Government Computer News, Crain's New York Business, Investor's Business Daily, InformationWEEK, and the Metrowest Daily News. She formerly worked at Computerworld, for which she held various positions, including online director. She holds a B.S. in technical writing from Polytechnic University in Brooklyn, N.Y., now the Tandon School of Engineering of New York University. She lives with her husband in a Boston suburb. Johanna's samples of her work are at https://www.clippings.me/jambrosio.
Articles by Johanna Ambrosio
posted in November 2005
To make federal IT as effective and efficient as that in the private sector, something needs to change. The question is: what now?
Virginia's massive outsourcing deal will succeed or fail pretty much on one metric: how well it does at providing e-services for its citizens.
Why should nonemergency government workers have their BlackBerry service if the rest of us are cut off?
It's time for states to put programs in place that can help reduce e-trash, before it becomes yet another environmental crisis for future generations to have to clean up.
Why spending cuts can be good, and opinion on other top government stories of the past week.