Iridium GO! is a pocket-sized receiver/transmitter that can also serve as a hot spot, allowing up to five users within a 100-foot radius to make phone calls, send text messages and connect to the Internet.
Former New Jersey attorney general leads an effort to develop risk-assessment tool to help judges make data-driven sentencing decisions.
A report by the IBM Center for the Business of Government provides advice from CIOs for implementing big data projects.
While agencies still struggle with BYOD security, wearable devices are poised to enter the government workplace, bringing a new set of concerns.
A continuous monitoring-as-a-service approach gives agencies access to the services necessary to design, implement and maintain a monitoring program.
USGS, NOAA and FEMA use LiDAR elevation mapping technology to improve flood-risk assessments.
The National Security Agency is sponsoring a competition for the best paper on cybersecurity, part of an effort to promote the practice as a science.
Intel and Microsoft offer new data analytics tools designed to build upon their installed base of enterprise technologies and services.
Building on successes of 2013, the Mayor's Office of Data Analytics pushes predictive analytics to help city leaders make data-driven decisions.
IDC Government Insights expects slower smartphone growth across government but increased use of tablets, especially among state and local governments.
A SolarWinds survey of 162 public-sector IT employees found that investments in automation technology have saved time and money for agencies.
Agencies that resort to half measures in moving to the cloud will receive marginal benefits compared to those who use cloud-native applications.