Posts Tagged: HP

What is Gov 2.0? A survey of Government IT pros

The term “Web 2.0”, and more specifically “Gov 2.0”, can be rather difficult to define. And although more than three-quarters of government IT professionals in our recent survey of government IT professionals on their feelings about the Gov 2.0 movement feel they know what Gov 2.0 entails, their definitions varied widely. In response to ourRead… Read more »

Air Force Information Technology and HP

I recently returned from the annual Air Force Information Technology Conference (AFITC) in beautiful downtown Montgomery, Alabama. While Montgomery may seem like an unusual choice of location for a military technology conference, Montgomery is home to Maxwell-Gunter Air Force Base and the Gunter Annex, which is one of leading Air Force information technology centers inRead… Read more »

Project of the Week: Power IT Down!

What if saving money and energy were as simple as the flip of a switch or the push of a button? It is! You can save millions of dollars (and our planet) by powering down your computer every day. But let’s start small. What if you were asked to power down just one day forRead… Read more »

LandWarNet – Military and Government Technology

I recently spent a week in beautiful Tampa, Florida for the U.S. Army’s premier information technology conference and showcase – the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association’s (AFCEA) LandWarNet. The show floor was buzzing this year, with more than 9,000 government and industry attendees and more than 300 exhibits. I caught up with Becky Nolan,Read… Read more »

DAV Traveling the Country to help our Veterans

Last week I highlighted for you some of the work that HP recently did with the PVA National Wheelchair Games in Denver. The important part of the event was not our sponsorship or providing the technology to help out the games, it was about the stories of the tremendous veterans we met who have livedRead… Read more »

Project of the Week: National Veterans Wheelchair Games

Two weeks ago, as America celebrated its hard-fought freedom on the Fourth of July, hundreds of U.S. military veterans gathered in Denver, CO, for the 30th National Veterans Wheelchair Games. HP, one of GovLoop’s 2010 Partners, was a proud National Sponsor of the Games and they wanted to bring the event to the attention ofRead… Read more »

Top 5 Reasons to Upgrade your PC

It was great to engage with the GovLoop community last week for our Knowledge Dialogue forum discussion about the importance of refreshing your PCs. There were some very interesting (and amusing!) thoughts and stories about issues that you all are having with your technology equipment and computers, and how badly you are in need ofRead… Read more »