The controversial bill has been amended to protect civil liberties, but fails to win over critics who see it as an expansion of military authority and a threat to personal privacy.
You can arrange to have other data centers back up your services when one goes down, but it'll cost you.
Technique ionizes the air around the Laser-Induced Plasma Channel, allowing it to target anything that conducts electricity better than the ground it's sitting on.
More than 300,000 IP addresses, nearly 70,000 of them in the U.S., are being directed to servers that will go offline July 9. Computers at two federal agencies are still infected.
CGI Federal to help build an agencywide hybrid cloud.
If you are considering an interactive projector, the OutWrite 1.4 will save you some money by working with the one you already have.
The Genesis Pro workstation from Origin PC, our July Product of the Month, can fit the bill where the need for high-end computing is greatest.
Fort Worth's IT solutions department will move all applications to a new distributed platform based on the Microsoft Windows operating system and Dell servers by 2015.
A research team shows DHS and FAA how spoofing unencrypted GPS signals lets them take over drones in flight, potentially turning them into weapons.
States and CMS worked upfront to specify goals that will be used to pick winners in a challenge to write software to screen Medicaid providers.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services taps NASA's Tournament Lab for an online competition to develop a new module for Medicaid management.
Automated prototype detects and fixes cracks in the state's highways.
The $99 Cloud Hybrid from Akitio lets you repurpose any SATA hard drive for service over the Internet.
The collaboration, called Deep Computing Solutions, will become the nation's premier provider of advanced computing solutions for third-party users.
A phishing-spread campaign targets banks and the wealthy, and has attempted to steal anywhere from $78 million to $2 billion this year, security researchers say.