A group of computer and networking firms formed an alliance to standardize on the use of low-power wide-area networks to support the Internet of Things.
Uber will provide Boston with trip data from its quarterly logs to help the city improve transportation practices.
HP introduced two Ultrabook Workstation models it says are good fits for demanding mobile users.
Containers bring all of the benefits of virtualization, but with better use of hardware, an already broad ecosystem of applications and a clean separation of responsibility between contractors and agencies, which eases procurement pain.
A recent report from Onvia details areas where IT is growing in state and local governments while technology investment growth has stalled elsewhere.
A recent survey of CIOs indicates that the adoption of software defined networking will be ‘vastly different and slower’ than expected.
2015 is shaping up as a year when data analytics, ubiquitous video, and cyber forensics will force government IT managers to make decisions about how they deploy their resources.
The Department of Homeland Security’s National Emergency Communications Plan aims to allow first responders and public safety officials to better share information and enhance situational awareness.
The Air Force will start providing chip and PIN travel cards to protect against fraud and identity theft.
The Census Bureau will leverage the Internet, mobile technology and geographic information systems as it counts up the country’s population and tries to hold the line on costs.