SSA is embracing virtualization across all of its media – including tape – as it migrates to a new 300,000 square-foot National Support Center in Urbana, Md., which opened last September.
Integrating the cyber and physical worlds really is a matter of timing, according to a new report by the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
Air-gapped systems, thought to be the most secure because of their isolation, have newly discovered vulnerabilities.
Identity must be the foundation for future security platforms because traditional network, data and systems protections are of limited use against today's sophisticated cyber criminals.
USAID is using 3D printers to build weather stations to better predict flash floods in underdeveloped nations.
The New York Attorney General announced the state will create an application programming interface for access to the state’s open government database.
In a recent request for information, the Labor Department said it planned to build an IT and data communication environment that would integrate agency systems across the department.
Huddle announced its government and enterprise cloud service has been granted FedRAMP Authority to Operate by the U.S. Agency for International Development.
The Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center has adopted a cloud-based approach for the petabytes of data it stores in a two-year-old facility in Holyoke, Mass.
Tried-and-true tape combined with emerging flash technologies give data center operators control over how they manage storage systems, speed backups and reduce costs.
Eagle County, Colo. set up its text-to-911 service to meet public expectations for the service, especially among the hard-of-hearing communities.
Suggestions for tech-based solutions for voting and elections may sound practical, but they are certain security hazards.