Labor Department's smart phone application helps workers keep track of hours.
The sleek ThinkPad X1 Carbon has the performance, toughness and security features you need — and the same thing that makes it light is what makes it rugged.
State and local election officials contributed data on polling places and ballot to an AT&T-led effort that can help get informed voters to the polls.
The public sector has moved toward cloud computing, but has it been enough of a catalyst to ensure interoperability?
Wholesale migrations aren't expected soon, but IT managers say there are several ways the new OS could start slipping in through the side doors.
Discovery/Alert 7.0 can help government analysts and clinicians find value in data across multiple sources without specialized training. The FBI and DHS are on board.
‘Vision Louisville’ invites the public to use 3D models to plan what the city will look like in 2040.
Laplink’s PCmover can automate the process and can solve some of the difficulties of moving from an older versions of Windows.
How TVA upgraded its hub from what was basically a help desk to a full-fledged IT operations center.
An innovative cryptographic scheme does away with trusted third parties to protect stored and scrambled passwords on separate servers.
NJVC and Virtustream will give public-sector agencies an automated way to compare the cost of cloud provider services via a Web portal.
In the six-month pilot, users will be able to post requirements that developers can try to fill with existing or custom-made solutions.
HP releases a couple of workhorses that would be right for small to mid-size public-sector offices, for those times when you’re not printing an airplane.
It’s all about spectrum allocation, and devices with access to the 60 GHz band, 802.11ac devices would have enough to transmit uncompressed video, for example.
Sandia Labs’ virtual Android network is part of a larger project to emulate large-scale networks to help understand and defend complex online environments.