DreamHammer's Ballista is the first commercial software that can be integrated into the military's UCS architecture.
The agency gets ready to fire up the world's third largest data center, with zettabytes of capacity, as it begins work on another new high-performance center.
A year after the global launch, traffic using IPv6 has doubled, with some mobile networks, university campuses and government agencies driving the switch.
Mobile technology has changed a lot in the past 30 years. It may change even more in the next five.
DISA specifies required capabilities for secure use of two more mobile operating systems on DOD networks.
The agency approves security guidelines for Android and iOS operating systems, expanding the range of new devices in a market dominated by BlackBerry.
The growth in cyberattacks and the theft of intellectual property has prompted calls for more aggressive cyber defense. The Pentagon and an independent commission are taking up the cause.
U.S. Forces' response to the 2011 Japan earthquake showed how virtual desktop infrastructures can deploy new endpoints quickly, easily and securely.
The Universal Character Set software works with any unmanned system on any platform, tying together air, ground, sea and undersea drones into a complete operational picture.
The service's industrial controls get smarter during its quest for "net zero" buildings, which brings cybersecurity into play.
The annual conference and expo kicks off Tuesday, tackling the key challenges facing the public-sector IT community.
The U.S. Military Standard (MIL-STD) 810 tests are designed to let users know how equipment will perform in harsh environments. Here are the eight tests most commonly applied to computing devices.