A SolarWinds survey of 162 public-sector IT employees found that investments in automation technology have saved time and money for agencies.
The Office of Naval Research, working with USC's Institute for Creative Technologies, has developed a way to give Naval leaders a virtual view of their operational future.
Modernization of the Treasury Department’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network has standardized data, speeded electronic filing and improved the ability to search terabytes of financial transaction data for evidence of wrongdoing.
Researchers at the Idaho National Laboratory have come up with a new application for smartphones that Mr. Spock would appreciate: detecting gamma radiation.
A Good Technology report found a 54 percent growth quarter over quarter in activations of enterprise applications, indicating that organizations are leveraging mobile apps to make employees more collaborative, productive and engaged.
The federal government has been testing derived credentials for smartphone-based remote authentication, but making the plan work is proving to be tricky.
The spread of big data tools and technologies is not only altering the way government data is being analyzed, it is reshaping the data center itself.
Many federal agencies have yet to move a large portion of their IT portfolios to the cloud in the three years since the cloud-first mandate.
Recent multistage attacks against high-value targets confirm what we should already know: It is difficult if not impossible to set limits on what kind of infrastructure is critical enough to receive cybersecurity attention.
Esri is allowing its government customers to release data stored on its ArcGIS platform to the public.