The multi-client Stratus includes three PCs and a remote controlled KVM to deliver security and convenience to government users who need to operate multiple PCs.
GSA explores a cloud brokerage model for shared cloud services.
In addition to established policies on use, agencies can take these basic steps to help avoid breaches and malware.
A report from the EastWest Institute's recent summit on cooperation in cyberspace suggests a model for easing the poisonous relationship that is growing between two cyber superpowers.
The maintenance-free WQ-L, an LED-based, 1-chip DLP system, displays color-accurate images in 2D and 3D.
As if it didn't have enough problems on its own, researchers at Arbor Networks have found a denial-of-service tool targeting the federal government's main health care exchange website.
Although GPS services are widely used in the nation's critical infrastructure, government and industry lack the information and technology to address the risk of disruption, according to a GAO study.
In launching shared services, agencies find ways to build awareness of their offerings and to overcome misunderstanding about the cloud.
It's the only security standardization game in town for feds, and it will mature. Meanwhile, IBM gets FedRAMP stamp of approval.
NASA holds a hackathon and more than 9,000 people contribute 770 apps, pointing to a shift in acceptance of open software development practices in government.