An open-government group strives to create "compliant-ready" free software tools so IT administrators can easily build and launch open-government projects.
Arizona and Massachusetts cities streamline services and save on infrastructure.
A recent survey shows data center operators are gradually moving to warmer data centers –- at lower costs.
Data centers in Washington, D.C, have a latency advantage over those located farther away in the race to take advantage of breaking federal economic data.
The free "white spaces" network is the first of its kind on a U.S. campus, and it could lead to more rural deployments.
The new system, the fastest dedicated to DOD, boosts performance by over 27 percent and is already being put to wide use.
NISC adopts Esri's ArcGIS Online platform for Homeland Security's Virtual USA Program, which provides a 3-D platform of interactive maps showing critical assets during emergencies.
The agency's ADAPT program is using reusable hardware and software and an open-source approach to app development in order to get new designs into the field more quickly.
Gartner analysts discussed enterprise security trends at a recent three-day security and risk management summit. Here's a wrap-up of the event, in bite-sized chunks.
Other government organizations can use the code to build sites similar to Checkbook, which employs graphs and user-friendly tables to display up-to-date information on the city's finances.