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 department approves Security Technical Implementation Guides for BlackBerry smart phones and tablets with BES 10, along with Samsung's Android Knox.
It runs silent, can turn off its lights and be operated remotely by a technician who doesn't have to join investigators or a covert team in the field.
The hardware and software package from AOptix would allow police and the military to take fingerprint, iris, face and voice readings in the field.
The agency is planning a secure cloud to hold all the imagery and data collected by the military's drones, satellites and other sources.
Agencies getting into gamification need to know their audience, starting with which of the four types of gamers they want to attract.
DOD's inspector general says the Army is "unaware" of some 14,000 smart phones and tablets, many of them unmanaged and unsecure.
The Army's use of ExpeditionDI to train soldiers for combat show how realistic simulations can have real-world benefits.
Agile development tactics break projects into smaller chunks, let IT teams keep up with changes, and prevent “scope creep.”
The department says its management plan calls for supporting multiple devices, despite a report that it would drop BlackBerry for Apple devices.