A $3 million capital investment in the Massachusetts Open Cloud project will help the commonwealth create a new public cloud computing infrastructure to spur big data innovation.
Anyone who manages IT systems knows technology change can have a domino effect across an entire organization. Be prepared for the influx of new data and new devices.
IBM announced new investments in its US Federal Healthcare Practice, adding big data programs for advanced clinical care and data management.
The Snowden and Wikileaks affairs, as well as potential threats from other insiders, has ratcheted up the urgency for a near-real-time analytic approach to government insider workforce risks.
Agency is dedicated to building data analytics that would help SSA workers detect and prevent scams.
Built with open-source software, MapServer and Google Maps API, the King County Multi-Family Residential Parking Calculator allows users to view neighborhood parking data.
Researchers from Defense Threat Reduction Agency have been working to beef up the nation’s biosurveillance capabilities to provide early warning to warfighters and first responders.
The market research firm identified 10 strategic technology trends and described how government IT managers can apply them to their innovation efforts.
Big data systems can correlate structured and unstructured data to paint a complete picture about an agency’s overall IT health and offer insight into the sophisticated threats.
FICO's 50+ algorithms scour multiple data sources to help defeat criminal rings that perpetrate money laundering, insider fraud and other crimes.
Hadoop-based solutions are being used to supply information faster than ever in for scientific research, law enforcement and computer security; all steps in the right direction, but the framework can be better leveraged.
NASA announced it will include a challenge focused on coastal flooding as part of its third annual International Space Apps Challenge
Human resources tools now on the market are likely to offer some combination of analytical and predictive features.
A new generation of workforce applications, from recruitment to insider threat analysis, promises to bring big data tools to government's complex human resources challenges.