Raleigh, N.C.’s Open Raleigh initiative is pursuing open data and open access projects in an effort to drive public interest and industry investment.
Scientists are taking advantage of a network of hundreds of GPS stations in Southern California to predict hazardous events such as earthquakes and flash floods.
The company's integrated flash storage's modular design targets high performance and long life cycle applications to help reduce costs, improve resiliency and increase uptime.
The Obama administration's open data framework set the stage for responsive design techniques used in the Medicare.gov upgrade and other planned improvements.
The state's Department of Revenue plans to combat tax refund fraud with a new identity management system slated to debut this month.
The Firefly suite gives organizations a way to deliver benefits of cloud and virtualization technologies without undermining security.
Corrections facilities across the United States are turning to virtual-meetings tech to help eliminate the expense and logistics of managing in-person visits, reduce contraband and provision health care.
Enhancements to Palo Alto Networks' enterprise security and threat analysis systems speed up the discovery and elimination of malware, zero-day exploits and advanced persistent threats.
Financial pressures and the drive to provide better citizen services have cities looking, and slowly moving, to the cloud. Here’s how to start the process.
In response to the “very real and serious nature of the cyberthreat today,” the latest version of the National Cybersecurity and Critical Infrastructure Protection Act would ensure that nothing changes.