The Android app being developed at the University of North Texas would let dispatchers use a smart phone's camera and sensors to get a better view of an emergency.
The company's Roadster DLP projector shows its strength in large settings.
A combination of an e-filing portal and LexisNexis identity verification services automates filing and verification of people applying to claim abandoned assets.
Tight budgets might be keeping states from plunging into cloud computing, but the benefits would be substantial, especially for programs such as Medicaid that are nearly identical from state to state.
Interoperability standards will create a world of interconnected clouds fraught with opportunities and security risks, experts say.
Four new cloud-based mobile solutions let agencies collaborate, connect with citizens from any device and speed up mobile app development.
Florida's Department of Children and Families is using LexisNexis Risk Solutions, which creates a profile based on customer-supplied information, to authenticate people applying for public assistance.
Eaton County, Mich., installs Laserfiche 9 to move to the next phase of document workflows: enterprise transactional management.
The city switches out Microsoft Exchange for Google’s cloud-based service, citing better prices if not security.
The annual conference and expo kicks off Tuesday, tackling the key challenges facing the public-sector IT community.
New analytic technologies will help agencies and investigators look deeper into behavioral patterns to combat some of the more sophisticated fraud schemes on the horizon.
The Office of Budget and Management has deployed Appian’s cloud-based BPM with mobile and social capabilities to improve the coordination of work across teams, departments and systems.
Reflecting a trend toward mobile computing, Mantaloking will be one of the few areas in the country to operate without copper land lines.
It runs silent, can turn off its lights and be operated remotely by a technician who doesn't have to join investigators or a covert team in the field.
Open-source website built with Jekyll and Prose will let Healthcare.gov handle the expected Obamacare spike in traffic without a content management system.