UBIC software speeds the archiving and retrieval of historical information related to the legal discovery process.
A research group defined six major challenges to future IT infrastructures: data acquisition, computing platforms, data storage architectures, compute management and provisioning, networks and communication and data analytics.
Researchers will use vehicles' sensor data and Internet2 resources to broaden understanding of the Internet of Things.
A Web-based dashboard developed by a Carnegie Mellon University team shows that energy may be used more efficiently when end users are handed control.
Using tablet-based software designed by the Centers for Disease Control, Brazilian public health experts tested a disease detection system that gives researchers the ability to identify outbreaks earlier and with more precision.
App for iPhone and iPad lets Splunk Enterprise users access operational intelligence from iOS devices.
The National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) and Cray Inc., have agreed on a contract for NNSA to acquire a next generation Cray supercomputer, called Trinity, to advance the Stockpile Stewardship Program.
Despite the controversy it sparks, artificial intelligence is no longer an exotic rarity that only thrives in research labs and ivory towers; instead, AI applications are becoming mainstream in the public and private sectors.
Government agencies need visibility along the full attack continuum – from point of entry, through propagation and post-infection remediation.
The National Cancer Informatics Institute is launching NCIP Hub, an online collaborative forum based on HUBzero, a platform for creating dynamic websites for researchers.
While big data tools are very powerful, the results they deliver tend to be only as good as the strategy behind their deployment.
The company’s system will help public health departments and health care providers quickly identify and predict sources of foodborne illnesses.
Delivered in the IBM SmartCloud, the Intelligent Operations Center (IOC) helps users monitor citywide operations by collecting, visualizing and analyzing operational data from multiple sources.
The open data challenges will use the Open NASA Earth Exchange (OpenNEX), an Amazon Web Services data and supercomputing platform where users can share knowledge and expertise.