With CAC readers already available to Navy Reserve personnel, providing WiFi access to the NMCI on base is a logical and cost-effective solution for accommodating online demand.
A team at MIT's Lincoln Lab has developed a phased array that delivers a real-time view of what's on the other side of a wall 20 to 60 feet away.
Federal IT managers need to shift the focus from reducing IT costs to helping agencies make government work more effectively in the current climate, a Gartner analyst told government managers.
The Veterans Affairs Department has concluded that a mobile device management solution will overcome any security hurdles that might arise from its move to tablets and smart phones.
Monsoon floods have shut down factories in the country, the second-largest maker of hard disk drives.
Stanford University researchers say a server using only dynamic random-access memory could recover from a crash in 1.6 seconds.
Revamping its consular affairs systems gave the State Department the IT prowess to manage a surge of 2 million visa and passport requests a month.
Practically everyone agrees with laws against texting while driving, but many of them do it anyway, a new AAA survey finds.
More people are adopting tablets and smart phones, which don't get the same level of security attention as PCs, Georgia Tech researchers say.
From the hypervisor down is Amazon's job; the rest belongs to NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
A recent 'robot rodeo' for bomb squads in Oklahoma is the latest in a series of events that reflect the growing role of robotics.
The General Services Administration migrated its increasingly mobile 17,000 e-mail users from an aging and outdated system to the secure, cloud-based and collaborative Google Apps for Government platform.
The sensors on smart phones can detect keystrokes on a nearby keyboard and be used to interpret the words being typed, Georgia Tech researchers say.
Homeland Security Department CIO Richard Spires works to make progress on four key areas of IT.
RIM is offering free apps and tech support to make up for last week's outage, but some users are already heading for the door.