The secure and reliable systems may not take on new jobs, but they are helping states manage the growing workloads for current applications like health insurance.
Some frequently asked questions (and answers) about California's new law to secure connected devices.
Cities should generate and share local-scale information on greenhouse gases to demonstrate transparency and show that progress is real and not just on paper.
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Flexible strategies for implementation, security and acquisition can help agencies get the most out of their cloud deployments.
A Feb. 7 demo day will showcase the results of the TOP Health initiative’s 14-week sprint.
The reproducibility crisis is driven in part by invalid statistical analyses that are from data-driven hypotheses -- the opposite of how things are traditionally done.
Although the tax agency planned to move 141 legacy applications from Solaris to Linux, only eight have been migrated and more than one third have not even started.
The National Science Foundation is inviting researchers to apply for supplemental access to the Blue Waters and Frontera supercomputers.
As agencies migrate to the cloud, they can improve security of their endpoint devices by considering a secure Linux OS and centralized management.
Sterling academic institutions have helped bring tech jobs and innovation to the area, keeping the city's educated young population growing even as the overall number of residents declines.
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