A DOD desktop-based tool that lets users set up and join meetings on the go is available as a mobile app for Android smart phones and tablets.
Applicants have an eight-day window to review and finalize applications for new generic top-level domain names.
The Defense Department has launched a number of mobile device programs, but the devil is in the details when it comes to deploying handhelds past the wire.
The portal would mimic the look and functionality of the Web, including Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and other sites for scenario-based training.
A Carnegie Mellon study shows that energy companies and utilities lag behind the more highly regulated financial services industry in cybersecurity and privacy protection.
The Army's new lab at Aberdeen Proving Ground tests and evaluates software and electronics bound for Network Integration Evaluation 12.2.
The days of unlimited wireless Internet plans are rapidly drawing to a close, and all those great mobile apps are to blame.
An NCI pilot program to study VOIP led to a platform that can transmit high-definition video to almost any networked device anywhere and promises to "catapult" research.
If more people own a cell phone than a toothbrush, someone is missing their big break.
A major vendor of energy system control and smart metering systems is adopting Microsoft's Security Development Lifecycle to help ensure better security.
Mobile devices are ideal for many medical uses, but they also can put patient records, and sometimes even patients themselves, at risk, according to a DHS report.
Want to be in front of the pack when the next major trend in social media hits? Think moving pictures.
For Paulding County, Ga., bonding three cellular channels together provides multimegabit bandwidth for its mobile command center without the expense of a satellite link.
Paulding County, Ga., gets good broadband connectivity over cellular service for its mobile command center, but it is considering satellite communications as a backup service.
Artemis Internet promises to enforce high standards for organizations in the new domain, and to kick out anyone who slacks on security.