In automating a workflow process, the success depends largely on how well the underlying process has been designed.
When government agencies combine solutions from cloud providers with third-party products, they can set up monitoring and access controls to provide the same data integrity they would expect from their own systems.
The challenges of controlling physical access in emergencies may be solved by a nationwide network of standard first responder credentials.
The World Bank recently launched the Open Government Contracts Platform, an open data tool to help governments and businesses search, manage and monitor government contracts and procurement opportunities globally.
The biggest challenge in building an Internet of Things is delivering network connectivity everywhere for every thing.
In a new book, three IBM analytics experts examine how IBM has used analytics in enterprises around the world.
The Navy signs a three-year research agreement with Esri to develop software to achieve battlespace information on demand.
Fairfax County's mapping team has developed the Police Event search engine and mapping tool that makes crime data open and easy to use for both developers and end users.
Crowdsourcing helps organizations bridge skills gaps in their workforce and bring greater collaboration and innovation to cloud, analytics, mobile and social technologies.
Homeland Security Department’s Transition to Practice program helps software out of the lab and into agencies.
Secure Socket Layer-based encryption remains vulnerable to attack despite promising efforts to tighten management of the humble but critical security protocol.
Houston has expanded the city’s 311 non-emergency reporting system from a telephony-based network to one that now supports email, a web mobile app and heat maps of citizen calls.