Oak Ridge lab's scalable software shows why it could be of value to investigators, researchers and analysts, especially once it adds Raptor, a metadata tool.
Staying competitive on the modern battlefield calls for continuous training delivered by inexpensive, portable simulators, says a Marine Corps leader.
Consolidation, cloud and mobile computing, lots of data and the foundations of smart government are among the key trends forecasted by IDC Government Insights.
The Florida city is building out a city-wide digital video surveillance system and is using a management system to integrate feeds so police can get real-time views of the city.
ORNL's text analytics software sees documents as mathematical vectors, clustering them according to their similarities.
Nearly nine years in the making, the agent-based software, available to other agencies, clusters huge volumes of text documents into groups that are easily processed.
Reaping efficiency from data center consolidation will require new technologies, including unified computing and business analytics, to measure performance gains and savings.
Agencies need to create a tech strategy that supports convergence of cloud, big data, mobility and Web services, a Justice CTO says.
Seamless integration lets organizations move data in and out of Hadoop for improved business intelligence and analytics.
Here are five technologies the new administration should keep on the presidential blotter.
Fairfax County built a big data application that lets agencies efficiently manage the complex volume of unstructured data that currently exists and allows for real-time search.
Splunk promises to analyze and visualize machine data stored in Hadoop to quickly spot trends and statistical patterns for real-time decision-making.