Requirements for using Personal Identity Verification credentials for logical access to networks appear to be forgotten in the adoption of mobile devices in the enterprise.
The U.S. Navy is considering how it will handle future operations where it might have little or no satellite communications or navigation, something that may be standard as cyber warfare continues to escalate.
The Senate voted down a resolution to nullify FCC net neutrality rules, which will go into effect Nov. 20. The president earlier had indicated he would veto the resolution had it passed.
ISPs and equipment providers join the effort to close the nation's digital divide by cutting the cost of getting online.
The company says it will end development of Flash for mobile browsers, concentrating on Adobe AIR and HTML5; Jobs had objected to Flash and predicted HTML5 would win.
The first nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System, set for Nov. 9, will see how the country handles sensory deprivation, even if for a little while.
The GCN Lab picks the top 10 IT products of the year, plus one overall winner.
A bill to bring the 20-year-old Telephone Consumer Protection Act up to date by treating cell phones more like wireline phones could be either a boon or a bane for customers, witnesses tell a House panel.
The Army has asked for input from commercial vendors about how to administer and manage its nascent mobile network.
Seattle residents who forget to carry spare change will soon have a high-tech option for paying for metered parking spaces.
The Fish and Wildlife Service has led the way in testing a commercial infrastructure that gives federal officers the same access to law enforcement databases that state and local police have had for years.
A $45 million federal recovery grant is helping the OneCommunity development program build out a 1,800-mile high speed regional network for Northeast Ohio being used by area governments, educational institutions and health care providers.
Agency approves the Streak 5 mini-tablet for use by Defense Department personnel, opening the way for other Android platforms in government.
The Fairfax, Va.'s police department's 4G LTE modems allowed dispatchers to remotely run the city's 911 system without shutting it down during an upgrade.
With CAC readers already available to Navy Reserve personnel, providing WiFi access to the NMCI on base is a logical and cost-effective solution for accommodating online demand.