Services can help enable BYOD by allowing mobile users to securely share documents.
The small satellites built around Android phones, launched Sunday, mark a trend toward small, inexpensive satellites for a variety of uses.
The new smart phone's security features could be what keeps BlackBerrys in the hands of government employees.
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 IdentityX platform leverages the federal cloud and up to six ID factors to authenticate users, even those using devices not managed by the enterprise.
Mobile devices' broad range of access opens up vulnerabilities for apps, but there are ways to close them.
Android, with only a handful of vulnerabilities reported in 2012, was the OS of choice for malware writers, Symantec says.
Version 10 of the OptiView XG Network Analysis Tablet helps identify problems before they crop up.
NGA.NET's SocialSmashed and Social Apply helps agencies recruit young workers via platforms they're familiar with.
Social workers in Fairfield County, Ohio, no longer have to schedule "paperwork days" after adopting Compass CoPilot for tablets.
While first responders wait for the creation of a single nationwide public safety network, a variety of technologies are already providing interoperability.
Kensington's SecureBack enclosures offer a way to secure iPads used as kiosks or control panels in public settings.