A partnership between Microsoft and VIEVU, a manufacturer of police body cameras, will let officers transfer their videos to Microsoft’s soon-to-be-released Azure Government Cloud.
NIST’s cloud computing roadmap recommends actions to ensure that cloud computing offerings meet the security needs of government as well as the requirements of multiple tenants.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology’s guide will help agencies evaluate commercial mobile applications that agency workers might use on government-issued devices or personal apps that access government networks.
The Social Security Administration is looking to expand its e-discovery solution to better manage everything from emails, text and images to calendars, audio/video files, websites and computer programs.
Veterans Affairs aims to transform collaboration and integrate new applications into its clinical workflows with Jive’s enterprise communication platform.
Introducing open source code doesn’t have to be an intimidating process. But ensuring security is key.
A consolidated, open source site built by the government’s digital services group sends users to agencies’ FOIA landing pages and common FOIA requests.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is looking for a citizen-facing system to help with ingesting, cataloging and routing image and video content submitted by the public.
The National Capitol Region Medical Directorate is the first organization outside the Army to fully integrate into the General Fund Enterprise Business System.
Using the Virtual Battlespace platform and a Kinect controller, a computer scientist at the Naval Research Lab built ROVER, a simulator that allows human handlers to practice emergency response with canine partners.