Microsoft rolled out a dashboard tool for customers around the globe using its Business Productivity Online Suite (BPOS) hosted services.
NASA has discovered the benefits of two critical elements of data virtualization: power management and virtualization, which go hand in hand.
A network access control tool from ForeScout gives Albany County, N.Y., visibility of its network assets and the ability to enforce policy on the users and devices that access them.
Microsoft released Service Pack 2 for SQL Server 2008 after three months of testing.
The digital signature is a technology whose time has come and has the potential to save money, streamline processes and help the environment by eliminating paperwork, says one NIH official.
Microsoft released an "important" patch to address an information disclosure security vulnerability associated with ASP.NET systems.
The community of volunteers that developed the OpenOffice.org project have split off from Oracle and formed a new structure called The Document Foundation.
Microsoft announced today that Office for Mac 2011 will be available from retail outlets on Oct. 26, 2010.
The state of Minnesota has embraced Microsoft's Internet cloud services by agreeing to an application outsourcing deal.
Microsoft issued a new security advisory about a vulnerability in the encryption system used with ASP.NET.
The U.S. government isn't the only national government using social media applications.
With new rules, DOD is expanding its use of social media applications, including Web 2.0 tools that stay behind military firewalls.
Geospatial technologies are exploding -- into crowdsourced applications, cloud platforms, and 3-D and 4-D environments.
Connecting with the rest of the world could soon require the use of IPv6, and agencies should begin preparing now to use the new protocols.
Adoption of the new protocols will be a challenge, and there are ways to work around the shortage of IPv4 address space. But the online world will pass by those who don't make the move to IPv6.