No matter where information is located -- on the network or a personal computer -- multiple layers of security must be in place to keep threats at bay.
Interest in the DHS-run Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation program has been slow to build outside of federal agencies, but other levels of government are beginning to take note.
The Code for America Fellowship Program announced its 2016 local government partnerships.
The Obama administration on Nov. 17 announced $100 million in grants to boost IT-sector employment through the TechHire initiative.
Using data integration techniques and effective visualizations, data center managers can see facility and equipment alarms in a single dashboard.
Despite the low energy of Wi-Fi signals, they can be used to effectively penetrate concrete to detect human movement and to map spaces and objects inside buildings.
Five U.S. cities took away awards in AWS credit as winners of Amazon Web Services’ City on a Cloud Innovation Challenge that acknowledged innovative and impactful local government solutions.
Putting radio-frequency spectrum information on a map lets operators maximize the use of available spectrum.
No one tool does everything under the sun, but agencies can find social media dashboards that make it easier to manage dozens of accounts and the work of employees that run them.
Staffing alone can't solve agencies' health IT challenges, but the right workforce is absolutely critical -- and there are ways to build it more effectively.
The Energy Department builds a 400 gigabit/sec "super channel" to connect and support 6,000 users.
As local governments ramp up spending on IoT solutions, the return on investment financially, socially and economically shows a promising trend.