Army Wellness Centers use state-of-the-art diagnostic tools and a central database of medical information to help improve the readiness of soldiers.
Maintaining effective cyberthreat defenses not only requires constant vigilance but also an eye on the road ahead.
It may seem that government database managers must collect large amounts of data and store it for many years, but this process is inefficient, unnecessary and results in escalating costs and headaches.
For agencies needing direct, high bandwidth Azure data center connections, Microsoft announced five new ExpressRoute locations in United States.
A new survey from the Mobile Work exchange found that while mobile use is growing in state and local government agencies, barriers still exist to wider implementation.
BlackForest, an open source intelligence gathering system, aims to give cybersecurity teams advance warning of pending attacks.
Pennsylvania awarded Unisys Corp. a cloud infrastructure contract designed to provide the precision usage of the state’s computing resources and a firm economic footing for IT decision-making.
For a shared service to work, it should meet a requirement that most agencies have – yet isn't a core competency of any of them – such as human resources, payroll and procurement.
Morgan County, Ohio, launched an emergency 911 system incorporating new standards for transmitting emergency calls over a wide range of IP formats.
Lessons learned after years spent complying with shared services mandates are giving agencies tools and tactics for effective migrations.