The Maya didn't predict the end of the world, just the end of a calendar. And new technologies even give us reason to look forward to 2012.
New York's on-again, off-again bid to join a multistate database of students' academic information is back on.
DARPA is supporting development of a system to monitor e-mail, texts and other activities on a massive scale to identify insider threats.
Server virtualization is the division of a server's memory or processor capacity into separate and isolated "virtual machines," simulating multiple machines within one physical box. So where is your agency with the process?
Government's increasing use of analytics software could help pull the nation out the current economic stall and make government programs smaller, smarter and cheaper.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology's top cloud computing executive offers five steps agencies can take to benefit from the government's cloud tech road map.
You can move old, clunky applications to the cloud, but they'll still be old, clunky applications, federal IT execs say.
Police are using technologies originally developed for business analysis to investigate cases, catch criminals and even predict crime trends.
The pilot program in the Midwest uses two-way video and secure text applications to treat patients in rural areas and those with mobility issues.
North Carolina's Transportation and Water Quality departments use SAS Analytics to analyze huge volumes of geographic data to build roads faster, reduce costly land surveys and minimize environmental impact.
Fairfax County's repository for land use data combines multiple databases and makes it easier for county employees, land developers and residents to access real-time information about property history.
The App Internet is an emerging trend that will allow organizations to deliver more value to citizens, customers and business partners, according to an analyst with Forrester Research.