The XML Professional Publisher system will replace a 30-year-old homegrown system and enable the direct formatting of XML documents for electronic and print publication.
The new cameras can be monitored via smart phone, freeing security personnel from their monitors.
The Adaptive All-In-One is a desktop PC and also works as a 27-inch, 14-pound tablet PC. But what can you use it for?
A hands-on look at migrating biometrics applications to Amazon's cloud.
A new hosted service uses proprietary algorithms to distinguish between human and non-human behavior in Web traffic, which could help stop DDOS attacks before they get going.
The improved robotic "pack mule" can carry a lot of gear for soldiers, follow them in the field and even charge their radios.
The emerging type of architecture opens up once-closed routers and switches to optimize speed and performance within a network.
HID Global has a service that would let users replace ID credentials and tokens with their BlackBerry phones. Could it work in a government enterprise?
The small bits of data coming from sensors recording everything from temperature changes to coffee pot use could make a big difference in the way we manage things.
Bigger bandwidth nearly killed off sneaker nets entirely, but today's gigantic files sizes just might bring them back.
Intel test finds dunking servers in mineral oil can cut power consumption.
The movie that inspired a lot of people to become government techies might have been real, just a little.