A State Department-sponsored contest will test social media's intelligence-gathering power, asking contestants to find a ring of international jewel thieves.
The Environmental Protection Agency is the latest among more than 150 federal agencies converting their websites to the Drupal open-source content management system.
Microsoft is developing a multi-tenant, government community cloud to add to the variety of cloud offerings the company provides agencies and businesses.
A StumbleUpon executive explains how federal agencies can leverage the StumbleUpon platform to drive traffic to federal websites.
Microsoft's Windows Azure cloud platform is still in the process of recovering after a lengthy outage that affected multiple countries took it offline Feb. 29. Was Leap Day 2012 the culprit?
Despite efforts by search providers to filter malicious query results, search engine poisoning still accounts for about 40 percent of malware infections.
The depository for federal GIS data is operating but must clear some hurdles before it can reach its full potential, geospatial information officers say.
A new agreement will call for app developers to provide clear information on their individual privacy policies before their products are downloaded.
Governments need to harmonize their policies on privacy, cybersecurity and five other areas to support the flow of data across borders, according to a BSA study that ranks 24 countries' preparedness.
With agencies looking to Google Apps for Government as a cloud computing option, the Lab's Greg Crowe visits NOAA, where a team is putting collaboration, customization and cost-control to work.
An installation of Google Apps for Government can feature a variety of different programs.
In just a little more than a year, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration went from shopping for solutions for desktop services to a full-scale implementation of Google Apps for Government. Here are some milestones in that process.