The winners of AFCEA Bethesda InnovateIT Awards credited their teams for their projects’ success.
By incorporating cultural, technological and business processes, IT managers can effectively master hybrid IT environments.
The Fundamental Limits of Learning program aims to build a theoretical framework for teaching machines to generalize their existing knowledge to new situations.
Mayor Ed Lee’s proposed budget includes $300,000 towards planning and development of an open source voting system.
Three UCLA students are working on an app to track and improve the dynamics of group interactions.
Verizon’s Intelligent Water platform leverages the Internet of Things to simplify data management, billing and infrastructure modernization.
Emphasizing user-centered design, user feedback and iterative cycles of improvements, the Treasury Department is preparing to release its second open beta version.
Integrating social media into government agencies’ contact centers can boost the speed and efficiency of customer service interactions while reducing costs.
The Texas Digital Archive uses Preservica’s digital preservation suite running on Amazon Web Services’ secure GovCloud.
Utah’s Department of Public Safety and Department of Technology Services built a drivers license quiz application for Amazon Echo using the Alexa digital assistant.