Analytics tools are available to detect attack patterns, but agencies need to take a few steps before gaining the confidence to act on the intelligence they provide.
Hone, a tool being developed at the Pacific Northwest National Lab, links network traffic with an application, making it easier to find the source of an IT compromise.
The Data Transparency Coalition will lobby for passage of the DATA Act, which would make the Recovery.gov website a permanent portal for standardized reporting on all government spending.
Feds, states and businesses are reporting a 1 percent or more reduction in energy costs by implementing energy efficient solutions in data centers, according to CDW-G's 2012 Energy Efficiency IT Report.
The Army wants a storage virtualization system to support its data center consolidation plans, according to its notice on FedBizOpps.gov.
Microsoft has announced that SQL Server 2012 has been released.
Agencies will need to deploy cloud and service-oriented architectures together to achieve integrated services and greater information exchange across agencies and organizations, government and industry experts say.
Government should follow the private sector's lead in making use of big data but focus on improving performance and efficiency "with less effort and pain," GSA's Dave McClure told a Washington audience.
Six agencies, with more to follow, will work on ways to dig pertinent information out of the growing mountains of data.
The metamorphosis of Jaguar into Titan marks a new architecture design path, and it will give scientists a powerful new research tool.
As social media analytics improves, the intelligence community and other agencies are monitoring the traffic on popular sites. But could they put privacy at risk?
When the government cloud meets the burgeoning consumer cloud, service to the citizen should look more like Siri to the citizen.