TrustCall system can turn almost any Android phone into a secure communication device.
CIA tech investor In-Q-Tel signs deal with Adaptive Computing to develop a private cloud operating system to meet demands of intelligence agencies.
The Labor Department offers three mobile apps that workers may want to consider when the Labor Day holiday ends.
The rare out-of-band update closes holes being exploited in attacks, at least some of which are coming from China.
The Distributed Management Task Force's specification will simplify cloud infrastructure management and ensure that workloads can be easily moved among different cloud environments.
IBM's new mainframe is practically a new species compared with IBM's original mainframe, the 701.
A cloud-based case management system with mobile components helps veterans get back into the workforce.
The pro-business platform calls for auctioning off surplus RF spectrum and condemns government regulation of the Internet — except when it should be regulated.
Agencies are going to the cloud and practically everybody is using it. But understanding it is another matter.
PC sales have slowed and mobile mania continues to grow, which might make you think government PCs are heading the way of the typewriter. But maybe not.
The PhoneSat marks the beginning of what the agency says is a new model for quickly developing and deploying satellites.
A project to streamline source code for the Veterans Affairs' VistA software will remain accessible to the open source community, says VA CIO Roger Baker.
What is different about big data is the ability of emerging cloud environments to process unlimited amounts of data.
Records management framework will be based on cloud architecture, secure storage and analytical tools, according to an Office of Management and Budget directive.
Using the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention research cloud, health IT developers can test apps before taking them live.