Agency smoothly converts 4,500 email users to Google Apps for Government in six months.
An team of MIT Media Lab professors and Brazilian economic policymakers partner on data visualization tools designed to help ordinary citizens mine government’s open data.
Researchers have used smartphones, laptops, wireless routers and wired networks to track building occupancy and manage lighting, environmental controls and other services.
The Sacramento Municipal Utility District upgraded its power distribution system with smart technology, but needed a way to make sense of all of the data being generated.
OpenNEX puts data and tools from NASA's Earth Exchange into the Amazon cloud improve collaboration with the academic, public and private sectors.
The Commonwealth teams up with universities and high tech firms to launch a cloud marketplace geared to sharing compute capacity and services.
Madrid, Spain-based AGNITiO sees a place for voice biometrics in authenticating user ID on smartphones and other mobile devices.
Virginia's Governor-elect Terry McAuliffe announced last week that he had chosen Karen Jackson to serve as secretary of technology.
AirMagnet’s monitoring solution for wireless networks helps secure communications and tune network performance.
In 2014, the government data centers will move toward open-air construction, modular architectures and increasingly total virtualization.