Outlook for iOS and Android now both meet the security and compliance needs of Office 365 U.S. Government Community Cloud High and Defense Department customers.
IT managers can address the risks associated with today's sensor-laden smartphones with proactive defense, user education and policy enforcement.
With a 5G wireless network, Sacramento can take advantage of smart city applications that will improve public safety, mobility and access in underserved areas.
New York City's NYC Secure app shows how governments can help citizens cope with cyberthreats.
The automated application used to wirelessly collect text messages from bureau-issued mobile devices experienced software issues that kept it from capturing all texts.
Researchers are working to ensure that the power transmitter can transfer the maximum amount of electricity to the receiver.
The Federal Highway Administration is considering using passively collected data from smartphones and GPS signals to help it make sense of daily traffic volumes.
By applying the technologies used by successful business to their operations, agencies can improve efficiency, transparency and citizen satisfaction.
As emergency communications move to wireless broadband networks, the National Institute of Standards and Technology drafts a report that analyzes the cybersecurity of mobile and wearable devices.
Despite privacy concerns, many officials envision people using digital licenses not only for traffic stops and airport ID but also in bars, banks, doctor’s offices and as voter ID at polling places.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology recently issued a practice guide showing two ways federal employees using mobile devices could be authenticated to access secure information systems and applications.
An algorithm analyzes received wireless signals to determine their direction of arrival even in obstacle-rich environments.