The roadside fiber-optic network will allow the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission to upgrade its communications capacity, prepare for smart safety and mobility technology and make broadband available to underserved areas.
The technology enables agencies to build enclave-based applications to protect data in use that meets government security and compliance requirements.
During the height of the pandemic, the Department of Veteran Affairs moved its increasingly popular video telehealth service to the cloud, one of about 100 applications scheduled to be migrated by the end of 2024.
The Defense Information Systems Agency has created a new office that combines its Cloud Computing Program Office with DISA's services directorate and ecosystem.
It’s crucial that employees and IT leaders understand how data is protected and backed up on different cloud platforms so they can use the right strategies to keep data safe, even when accidental deletion is the biggest threat.
Because the initial challenge of blending financial management for 22 separate agencies was so huge, “there is still a long way to go," one GAO official said.
By partnering with OVHcloud, the Georgia city will have access to compute, storage and other cloud services to help extract insights from the massive amounts of data generated from its Curiosity Lab Innovation Center and the autonomous vehicle test track.
If the five companies using the most broadband bandwidth contribute more to the costs of providing it, they could help address the digital divide, a new report states.
Researchers at the state’s drone testing range will be experimenting with a 5G network to help advance innovation in unmanned aircraft systems.
Las Vegas will be partnering with Cox Communications to use a citizens' broadband radio service private network to test smart-city applications in a local park.