The newly unveiled Perlmutter next-generation supercomputer features several key technologies that will be used in future exascale systems.
DOD users have multiple contract vehicles for obtaining commercial cloud offerings, signing on to pre-designed option or building their own.
To combat the rising number of cyberattacks, Utah’s Department of Technology Services is encrypting the data it shares internally and externally with other agencies and private entities.
Mainframes allow agencies to implement zero trust, multifactor authentication and privileged user access as standard practices, without requiring additional capacity.
In the wake of the Nashville Christmas bombing that disrupted regional telecom service, the Tennessee Emergency Communications Board has been working with AT&T to ensure a more resilient 911 network.
With a year of remote experience and the prospect of hybrid operations on the horizon, IT leaders are drafting plans for long-term secure access and more effective collaboration.
Commercial cloud computing can be used to process and securely deliver actionable information from low-Earth orbit satellites to military ground stations, command centers or direct to warfighters on the battlefield.
Citizens will expect the comforts and conveniences of virtual appointments and a world without waiting in line to remain even after the pandemic subsides..
Scientists are using data from Google Maps and satellite images in artificial intelligence applications that can automatically identify characteristics of city’s buildings that would be vulnerable in a natural disaster.
In today’s cloud-based, data-intensive, event-driven world, open-source serverless technologies offer an ideal complement to modern application development.