Government Article Archive:
Huawei Technologies CEO Ren Zhengfei says his company is no longer interested in the U.S. market and has effectively withdrawn to stay out of tense Sino-American political relations. His statement isn’t exactly clear, though, as there’s still plenty of Huawei activity in the U.S. market.
Interest in crowdfunding continues to grow as the Securities and Exchange Commission issues proposed regulations to guide companies and investors.
The Cupertino City Council has given the final thumbs up for Apple’s mega ‘spaceship’ HQ development.
Cisco’s share price plummets as it gets a rough ride in emerging markets following NSA revelations.
Storage vendor NetApp’s revenue came in $10 million lower than it expected, disappointing Wall Street.
With the U.S. government up and running again, what’s new on the technology agenda as Congress gets back to work?
The Obama administration is taking heat for the disastrous rollout of the Affordable Care Act enrollment system. While the government crafted the specifications, several channel companies were responsible for its development, testing and operations.The entire episode holds several lessons for multi-contractor collaborations.
Storage giant EMC points to the government shutdown — and to a flurry of late-quarter deals — for its ‘disappointing’ revenue figure.
These are difficult times for partners focused on selling to the federal government. How partners can optimize their public-sector business in the short term while shepherding clients toward the next generation of government IT?
The U.S. government shutdown is entering Day 7, and many public sector solution providers are considering exiting the government market because of the impasse and ongoing budget bickering in Washington. The frustration is justified; capitulation isn’t.