If your agency delivers information and services through website applications, be ready for plenty of "battle days," according to an Imperva study.
The ransomware can download from a compromised website and freeze a user's computer, demanding that they pay a 'fine.'
Officials at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory used Amazon Web Services to stream video and images from the landing, knowing they could shut it down afterward.
Cloud computing, virtualized IT, an information-consuming public and demands from to do more with less are forcing agency IT shops to rethink their approach.
The Domain Awareness System analyzes data from thousands of cameras, sensors and crime databases in real time, delivering a comprehensive view of threats and activity.
Alaska's enterprise architect offers tips for overcoming migration hurdles to deploying so-called fabric or unified computing.
A private cloud based on unified computing technology has turned Alaska's IT unit into a versatile services provider for the state.
A survey of managers finds that a majority have little or no knowledge of how their providers protect their data.
IT leaders decided against responsive design, at least for now, but embraced agile development.
The National Cancer Institute's website wasn't mobile friendly, but that didn't stop visits via mobile devices from increasing fivefold in six months.
Government organizations spending on cloud computing tend to be those that have dealt frist with foundation issues such as enterprise and services-oriented architectures, according to the IDC Government Insights report.
More than simply replacing Hotmail, the service puts just about every working function you need into one place.
Cities.data.gov features data sets from Chicago, Seattle, New York and San Francisco.
Esri's GIS public information maps will be made accessible on Microsoft's cloud-based disaster portal.
The systems, which can capture up to thousands of images per hour, are increasingly popular with police but are raising privacy conerns.