Cellebrite mobile permission management helps admins manage data access privileges to groups of users on a right-to-know or need-to-know basis.
Connecticut needed a way to keep its online regulatory code up to date and found a way to move it from Word to XML files.
A new generation of workforce applications, from recruitment to insider threat analysis, promises to bring big data tools to government's complex human resources challenges.
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With the e-book version of the Greenbook, Treasury joins the list of other agencies making the move to digital publications.
In the wake of 16 years of information security problems at the Veterans Affairs Department, Congress is considering legislation to focus management attention on the sprawling department's struggling security program.
FreeWave Technology's secure networking system is designed to ease linking remote and hard-to-reach industrial sites using high-speed wireless Internet routing.
The National Archives and Records Administration has begun consolidating a number of facilities using storage, digitization and networking technology so it can continue providing access to records that will be relocated.
Connecticut's e-Regulation project uses XML authoring and workflow management to bring the regulatory process into the 21st century.
DARPA's new Biological Technology Office will create defense technology at the intersection of biology and the other physical sciences.
The city's housing authority adopted Adobe EchoSign, a software-as-a-service e-signing application that cut the time to process housing assistance contracts by 98 percent.
While RDBMSs will always be robust and powerful, consider document and graph databases to make applications easier to develop and faster to run.