The Internet of Things can give government managers actionable information, rather than raw data, more quickly, which allows them to do their jobs more efficiently and effectively.
Imagery, datasets and applications have been enlisted in the response to the earthquake in Nepal.
U.S. and Japanese researchers will partner to improve big data collection and analysis.
A survey of data management experts finds that qualified staff and clearly defined business cases are the top obstacles to deploying the open source big data solution.
Building on state's IT strengths, the governor pushes for public-private partnerships to increase analytics for bioscience.
Advanced capabilities allow researchers to focus on their work, rather than on the tools that enable it.
Code developed by 18F is used to capture "big picture" analytics for websites citywide.
Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, IBM, Microsoft and the Open Cloud Consortium will help the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration more effectively distribute its data.
Northrop Grumman will expand its cybersecurity work with the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, to include research on health data analytics.
A marketing-analytics-as-a-service provider looks to provide federal websites with predictive capabilities and real-time data insights.
The New Orleans Fire Department used data analytics to identify households at risk for fires and conduct door-to-door smoke alarm outreach.
Rand researchers found that the law enforcement community needs to boost its knowledge of technology and better share information.
To uncover the root cause of application performance issues, IT pros must look at database performance from an end-to-end perspective.
Virginia Tech graduate students built a tool that integrates local open data with an Ebola response model to aid emergency response to flooding.