Microsoft will provide law enforcement agencies free image-matching tools to track and locate child porn traffickers.
The state's new "collaborative ecosystem" covers more than 70 agencies and is open to other public-sector organizations.
SORTA hopes to reduce the cost and complexity of managing backup and disaster recovery operations with all-in-one backup appliances.
Federal agencies stand to become more efficient by moving to a cloud-based model, but they need a plan for getting over institutional barriers, a panel of experts says.
West Virginia has released a smart-phone app that lets users take pictures of suspicious activity, add a GPS tag and text, and send it to the state's fusion center anonymously.
The demonstration for senators is designed to stress the urgency of passing cybersecurity legislation sooner rather than later.
The state expects to cut its e-mail costs in half by providing a unified system to its 26,000 employees.
As smart phones and tablets redefine personal computing, agencies across the United States are giving desktop virtualization a fresh look. Could yours be next?
In the last two years Oklahoma has saved nearly $40 million from consolidating technology projects and systems in 120 different agencies.
Microsoft is developing a multi-tenant, government community cloud to add to the variety of cloud offerings the company provides agencies and businesses.
A panel discussion on maintaining cybersecurity with a shrinking government budget quickly focuses on the workforce.
A survey of hotels in the city shows a surprising number of mobile devices, particularly smart phones and tablets, get separated from their owners, and most go unclaimed.
State becomes the first to allow self-driving vehicles -- for testing, at the moment -- which Google says can increase safety.
A new agreement will call for app developers to provide clear information on their individual privacy policies before their products are downloaded.
The plan to auction broadcast spectrum for wireless Internet use benefits just about everyone, but broadcasters might not want to give up their licenses.