Before state and local agencies rush to accept chip cards, they need to understand what the liability shift really means for them -- and then evaluate the benefit of replacing existing card readers against the related cost.
Adding graphics acceleration to a Texas town's virtual desktop system gave users performance equal to or better than their existing computers, accessible from almost any location.
An irresistible price tag on a security camera can come with hidden costs -- some of which could impact the security of your government facility.
Following a secure standard is critical to eliminating the easy vectors hackers use to launch attacks.
The Internet of Things can give government managers actionable information, rather than raw data, more quickly, which allows them to do their jobs more efficiently and effectively.
Standardizing on ecosystems and platforms that free up resources and correct failed workloads can serve as the basis for microservices.
Researchers at Idaho National Laboratory created a proof of concept that emulates the use and security of the laboratory’s business systems accessed by a large number of virtual machines.
In order to prevent system failure, minimize the loss and prevent the next breach, agencies need an incident response plan that includes forensic investigation.
By examining the entire IT infrastructure, security teams can determine how best to assign controls and centralize tasks.
Monitoring performance metrics and user experience will deliver the visibility required to optimize performance.