Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel announced a new Defense Innovation Initiative that will identify and develop advanced technologies, ensuring that the United States has a competitive technological advantage.
It's critical that the communication infrastructure be ready at all times – from installation to the point of need, said Lt. Gen. Robert S. Ferrell, the Army's CIO/G-6.
The Navy has been able to troubleshoot and repair programming errors before software is deployed using HP’s Fortify Software Security Center product.
The Naval Supply System Command’s Weapon Systems Support unit completes the transition of its financial systems to new enterprise resource planning system.
iRobot announced a multi-robot tablet controller and the uPoint Robot Radio networking solution for first responders and defense forces.
The Army Program Executive Office Aviation has expanded its virtual desktop infrastructure with Nutanix appliances to better support handling Army aircraft systems.
DARPA asks researchers to submit proposals for SafeWare, a new approach to code obfuscation that makes software nearly impossible to attack.
Army deputy CIO/G6 Krieger shaped the Army's enterprise as a champion of DODwide data, email and networks.
The Naval Sea Systems Command’s Information Office, which manages NAVSEA’s IT workforce, was charged with picking up the pieces after a tragedy struck the Navy Yard one year ago.
The NIST AppVet project developed a framework to evaluate hardware and software for off-the-shelf smartphones in military field operations.
Supercomputer company Cray won a $26 million contract from the Department of Defense High Performance Computing Modernization Program.
GCN names Department of Army Deputy CIO Michael Krieger, Central Intelligence Agency CIO Doug Wolfe and FireEye Inc. Global Government Liaison, Tony Cole as 2014 GCN executives of the year.