A study of 600 IT managers found most want better intelligence tools to identify threats that are "difficult to detect," but many lack the budget to buy them.
The city's Department of Transportation has been reusing RFID data from E-ZPass readers to manage city’s traffic nightmares.
The far-reaching technology, which uses white spaces in the TV broadcast spectrum, could be key in bringing wireless service to underserved areas.
Veterans Affairs researchers are using natural language processing technologies to flag veterans' electronic health records for evidence of a predilection toward suicide.
USGS and Alaska spearhead an effort to digitally remap topographical features of the state to benefit transportation planning, climate change science and emergency response.
The Air Force is looking to piggyback on an Army IT modernization plan that speeds up its networks while potentially saving billions.
A consortium of six colleges plans a cloud-based streaming video infrastructure that it will share across its campuses.
Agencies that haven't moved completely off of Windows XP by the April 2014 deadline could still get some patches, but it will cost them. Is doing nothing an option?
EMC, IBM offer robots that rove data centers in search of temperature anomalies and other indicators of how well the center is maintaining an efficient power curve.
Cloud-based software tool developed by Navy logistics planners helps find the fastest and cheapest route for moving cargo and personnel around the globe.