The presidential directive mandating interoperable smart government ID cards is 10 years old this month, and represents an impressive effort to specify and implement the technology. Now we need to put it to use.
The Orange County Registrar of Voters turned to Experian Public Sector to help it verify addresses of inactive voters and save money.
Lockheed Martin has developed a new software test platform designed to mimic naval environments at sea and ashore, which will allow the company to validate sophisticated intelligence, communications and sensor systems before they are introduced in an operational environment.
Before making the jump to the cloud, IT managers need to lay the groundwork, ensuring the right technology and security protocols are in place as well as a complete understanding of the regulatory issues affecting the project.
The growing window between compromise and discovery on networks puts a premium on forensics, and this requires effective storage of large volumes of data.
The Transaction Processing Performance Council's TPCx-HS benchmark was developed to provide performance, availability and energy consumption metrics of big data systems.
Tompkins County, N.Y., moved from paper to digital records, making documents more accessible and avoiding the construction of a new $6 million storage facility.
Industry analyst firm Gartner recently suggested that enterprises need to make plans to move off Windows 7.
Security, both physical and cyber, traditionally has been outward facing; but in the era of cyberwarfare, new tools are under development against a threat no one can afford to ignore.
Researchers at the San Diego Supercomputer Center are using sensor data and satellite information for situational wildfire surveillance.