The number of D.C. government workers using wireless messaging support from Good Technology has grown from 300 to 2,250 in the last three years, according to the firm.
Department of Navy Oracle BPA buyers now have simplified reporting, secure online license tracking and time-saving benefits.
The IBM Watson Developers Cloud could help agencies tap the cognitive computing for fraud analysis, intelligence surveillance and more.
The agency intends to use the data collected for an online interactive map that will detail each data provider’s network performance.
NIST continues to expand security guidance for government and private-sector IT systems that choose to use it, in spite of Congress' inability to pass cybersecurity legislation.
A Cyber Security Research Alliance report lays out a logical road map for designing security into often attacked cyber-physical systems.
The recent announcement by Amazon Web Services of a new managed desktop-as-a-service offering called Amazon WorkSpaces may give a much-needed boost to governmentwide adoption of virtual desktops.
The move to open data policies are spawning new approaches of data virtualization to exploit and manage an expanding number of government information sources.
The Defense Logistics Agency is using botanical DNA marking technology to battle a rise in counterfeit electronic parts and devices.
Websense Security Labs released its cybersecurity predictions for 2014, suggesting areas IT managers should monitor.