Spring World 2017

Conference & Exhibit

Attend The #1 BC/DR Event!

Spring Journal

Volume 30, Issue 1

Full Contents Now Available!

Wednesday, 30 October 2013 15:20

Telehouse becomes the largest global player in Chinese colocation market New York- October 30, 2013 – New York, NY, USA – TELEHOUSE America, the United States' leading provider of dedicated data centers , international Internet exchanges, and manage

CIO — The myriad glitches that have marred the rollout of the Web portal for Americans to sign up for health insurance stand as what the CIO of the federal government calls a "teachable moment."

Speaking at a government IT conference on Tuesday, U.S. CIO Steven VanRoekel acknowledged that the launch of Healthcare.gov has been troubled, but suggested, hopefully, that it will serve as an object lesson that will inspire, rather than deter, ambitious government IT projects in the future.

"Our goal, number one, hands down, the president reminds every day: get this thing fixed, make sure it's working and meet Americans' expectations on this," VanRoekel said. "As an aside, our focus, my focus, is also about what can we learn from this. How can we learn? And what can we take from this experience to say we shouldn't do things this way?"