It's just the first bracket of Malware Madness 2012, and we already have our first upset.
Microsoft's monthly security update will feature six items -- one labeled "critical," four "important" and one moderate.
Google's Chrome Web browser fell to multiple exploits March 7 at CanSecWest security conference's Pwn2Own contest, ending its two-year winning streak at the hacker contest.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services is working with Oak Ridge National Laboratory to create visualization tools, advanced analytics and prototypes for health data delivery.
The move to big data requires a different skill set, experts say, as they try to define the role of data officer or data scientist.
The Apple Configurator is designed to help organizations manage large deployments.
The state expects to cut its e-mail costs in half by providing a unified system to its 26,000 employees.
Adobe released a patch late March 6 that targets two vulnerabilities in its Flash Player.
The MIME standard for e-mail content, launched in March 1992, changed Internet communications from plain-text messaging to a multimedia workhorse.
Microsoft is aiming to make its Windows and other tools interoperable with Apache Hadoop, a key framework for agencies pursuing big data.
The Agriculture Department's use of Microsoft's cloud and ProofPoint Enterprise Archive gives it one of the best e-discovery systems in the federal government, says USDA’s CIO Chris Smith.
A State Department-sponsored contest will test social media's intelligence-gathering power, asking contestants to find a ring of international jewel thieves.
The Environmental Protection Agency is the latest among more than 150 federal agencies converting their websites to the Drupal open-source content management system.
Microsoft is developing a multi-tenant, government community cloud to add to the variety of cloud offerings the company provides agencies and businesses.
A StumbleUpon executive explains how federal agencies can leverage the StumbleUpon platform to drive traffic to federal websites.