Lab officials expect the new tools to improve collaboration among its employees, helping them to share IT infrastructure, resources and applications.
Groovy, a subset of Java, is so easy to work with it, it could one day replace the ubiquitous programming language.
A new report from FireEye details the dominant current trend in phishing, and the most common words and file attachments used in malicious e-mails.
Sonian File Archive offers a secure way to store files in the cloud.
The Transportation Department is migrating applications connected with the agency's Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to Virtustream's FISMA-certified cloud data center.
DOE is using a cloud-based appliance to handle encryption of unclassified e-mail, but the solution is not for everybody.
An investment group that applied for 307 generic top-level domains, including .army, .airforce and .medical, is raising concerns over the potential for fraud.
Communication, data sharing and application development will play a key role for city governments over the next five years, according to Pike Research.
The company said it will issue a cumulative patch Friday for a vulnerability that had prompted some security experts to urge IE users to switch browsers.
The Extensible Markup Language, which encodes documents to be both human- and machine-readable, has become government's go-to format.
Swamped by a deluge of data, intell analysts need technology that can help them understand a rapidly changing and complex world, a former CIA and NSA director says.
The XML Professional Publisher system will replace a 30-year-old homegrown system and enable the direct formatting of XML documents for electronic and print publication.
A new zero-day exploit, found on the same server that hosted the recent zero-day for Java, could give attackers user privileges. With no patch yet available, some researchers recommend dumping IE for the time being.
The new cameras can be monitored via smart phone, freeing security personnel from their monitors.
Following last month’s agreement with Adaptive Computing to develop a cloud operating system, In-Q-Tel invests in Huddle’s secure cloud platform.