The new open-source Defense Collaboration Services gives DOD employees secure web conferencing and instant messaging on both the NIPRNet and SIPRNet.
The Navy’s Office of Naval Intelligence is looking for automated analytics tools to help make data more accessible, discoverable and available to analysts more quickly after it is collected.
NASA has transferred more than 2,400 automated software procedures to the Army in an agreement expected to save $4 million in time and development costs.
The Army Research Lab recently posted code for Dshell, its forensic network analysis tool, to GitHub to support the forensic and incident response community.
The USS Constitution will be headed to dry dock for repairs and restoration in March, but Google just released a 360-degree virtual tour of Old Ironsides.
CACI, Appcelerator join forces in developing a tool to help agencies develop and release secure apps on schedule and within budget.
The Defense Information Systems Agency released a draft of cloud computing security requirements for the Defense Department.
Dell open network switches were added to the Defense Department’s Approved Product List, certifying they meet DOD security tests and are ready to be used with government networks.
The Defense Department issues a call for ideas and technologies for its Long Range Research and Development Plan.
The Marine Corps is testing an augmented reality system from the Office of Naval Research that is transforming the way Marines prepare for combat.
The DOD research agency wants to develop techniques for seeing more deeply into today’s opaque networks to more effectively combat advanced persistent threats.
The National Security Agency released an open source software product that automates data flows among multiple computer networks, even when data formats and protocols differ.