Rugged tablets offer a secure and cost-effective solution for employees in the field -- but only if the IT staff chooses carefully.
The report, among other things, “demonstrates the need for all those stinking patches on all your stinking systems.”
A survey of data management experts finds that qualified staff and clearly defined business cases are the top obstacles to deploying the open source big data solution.
Cities across the country are contemplating video capture, but early adopters are finding that cost, storage and dead batteries can all complicate the effort.
Building on state's IT strengths, the governor pushes for public-private partnerships to increase analytics for bioscience.
Advanced capabilities allow researchers to focus on their work, rather than on the tools that enable it.
Improved nondelivery reports will make it easier for users to fix their own email delivery problems.
The annual Cyber Defense Exercise pits service academy teams against NSA experts in an attempt to teach real-world network defense skills.
Cloud-based shared services could be the best place for many agencies to start.
The NIST library will leverage the search, archival and dissemination features of PubMedCentral, while Energy is partnering with CHORUS to supply access to its research.
Mezzanine, a commercial version of the interfaces Tom Cruise used on screen, helps agency teams collaborate, gain situational awareness.
New automation approaches solve common agency problems in the move from paper to digital.