DISA is launching efforts to improve content delivery services and provide additional storage capacity to military users.
DISA's program executive office for mission assurance and network operations is managing several of the agency's cybersecurity and network defense programs.
Google+ has attracted more than 10 million users since its recent introduction. Now the Navy has released an introduction to the new social tagging service.
The DOD's research arm is working on a variety of new systems that would allow troops and weapons to be located even when their navigation systems are being jammed.
A second annual study of the cost of cyber crime shows a whopping 56 percent increase since last year.
With the opening of the Lovell Health Care Center in Chicago, a result of the merger of separate Navy and VA hospital facilities, Navy recruits will have one lifetime electronic health record.
Hopes for successful use of a hypersonic vehicle to aid the Defense Department's Prompt Global Strike plan were dimmed by a second unsuccessful test Aug. 11.
A Partnership for Public Service study asked feds to rate their agencies on whether innovation is encouraged, and whether it's rewarded.
The embattled News Corp., under fire in a phone tapping scandal, has added a new weapon to its news-gathering arsenal: drones.
Two researchers introduced their WASP drone at the Black Hat security conference, and its potential for malfeasance is clear.
The winning project teams, selected from more than 200 nominated, combined leadership and technical innovation with a determination to improve services and cut costs.
Hacker turned DARPA program manager Mudge returned to his roots at the Black Hat Briefings to announce a new program to fund small-scale hacker research.