Profile of J. Nicholas HooverSenior Editor, InformationWeek Government
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Articles by J. Nicholas Hoover
posted in September 2011
Chris Kemp and Joshua McKenty, original members of NASA's Nebula project, now run competing cloud companies. It's evidence the government can innovate, and that good people are hard to keep.
Interior department may reissue cloud email and collaboration services procurement, now that it's scrapped plans to award contract to Microsoft.
Google filed suit last year claiming that the cloud computing contract was written to benefit Microsoft. Now it seems to be changing its mind.
Speaking at the launch of an international open government partnership, Obama urged world leaders to foster transparency and citizen engagement.
Congress just passed the most sweeping patent reform in generations. Here's how it will affect inventors, tech companies, and the government itself.
Pharma services provider, No. 4 in our 2011 InformationWeek 500 ranking, offers Infosario suite of analytics and other cloud-based tools.
Spy agency has sent the database project, featuring cell-level security control, to the Apache Foundation for incubation.
Microsoft and Google logged early wins, but Amazon Web Services is taking new steps to win over government cloud customers.