Aurora project will 'put the United States one step closer to exascale computing.'
According to a recent RFI, the Army will be ending its support contract with Microsoft but wants to ensure it can still avoid security vulnerabilities on its 8,000 Microsoft Windows XP devices.
City officials hope to cut emergency room visits with a program designed to connect residents in their homes with a doctor, via the emergency medical technicians and firefighters who answer the 911 call.
IBM researchers have figured out a new way to squeeze even more data on low-cost magnetic tape, making it a candidate for durable cloud-based storage.
Despite its rocky launch, the federal health insurance exchange did better than the exchanges run by individual states at both enrolling new people and hanging onto previous enrollees.
Some solid password advice from an unexpected source.
The research agency’s BRASS program aims to ensure that applications can continue to function in a rapidly changing technology ecosystem.
Scholars from the University of Maryland and UCLA built a national database for food safety inspection information.
Despite not being officially supported by Microsoft for the last year, some 250 million users were still actively using Windows XP in March 2015, according to market analysts.
A marketing-analytics-as-a-service provider looks to provide federal websites with predictive capabilities and real-time data insights.