The call for shared services -- not mobile or social media technologies -- may be the most disruptive part of the administration's new digital government strategy.
IPv6-enabled resources and traffic increased significantly June 6, the day set by the Internet Society to jump-start adoption. More than 130 U.S. government domains took part with no problems.
One-third of respondents in a new survey have deployed or are deploying the next generation of Internet Protocols, with government adoption even higher.
The Invincea Browser can record malware activity while operating from a safe, virtual environment.
The SIIA guide calls for a comprehensive road map, changes to culture, and easier entry for small businesses.
The core technology to ensure secure online voting exists, but end-to-end accountability must extend to the home.
The program to help ensure security as agencies move to the cloud will begin operating this week, federal CIO Steve VanRoekel says.
Redmond issued an emergency update, saying some of Flame's techniques could be used in more widespread attacks.
NASA is shifting its emphasis away from developing cloud services and toward being a “smart consumer” of commercial cloud services,
As a part of its broader mobile device efforts, the Army has begun training efforts to teach soldiers how to write their own apps and then make them available for download.
The move will free up core IT staff to focus on citizen-facing services; create efficient operations and cut costs.
Opposition to proposals to extend international regulations to the Internet is bipartisan and seemingly unanimous across U.S. government and industry.
Group's leaders say innovation in using data is key to boosting U.S. competitiveness.
Built to the same security standards as Office 365 for Enterprises, the cloud platform includes Exchange Online, Lync Online, SharePoint Online and Office Professional Plus.
The list of new names applied for will be published June 13, though approvals are not expected before early 2013.