The FedRAMP Reform Act of 2018 would drive efficiencies, improve standardization and tracking and ensure appropriate cybersecurity controls exist for agencies looking to modernize their IT environments and migrate to cloud-based services.
The myWyco app breaks down stovepipes to erase the "blurry" line residents see between services provided by Kansas' Wyandotte County and Kansas City.
New technology will allow unmanned aerial systems to communicate telemetry information over an LTE network.
Emergency Drop Kits will create a 300-foot "connected bubble" that allows responders to maintain constant communication to the nationwide public safety network.
By connecting to the nationwide wireless broadband public safety network, the Oglala Sioux Police Department in South Dakota now has internet access as it patrols one of the largest land-based tribal reservations in the U.S.
The e-Connectivty pilot can fund rural broadband build out, but first it must determine what technologies and services are defined as “sufficient access.”
When applications move to the cloud, performance depends on the internet connection between the cloud service provider and the agency.
Robust online government services make security a top consideration for municipalities, which must ensure that valuable information doesn’t fall into the wrong hands.
The National Institutes of Health's STRIDES Initiative aims to partner with commercial cloud providers to reduce economic and technology barriers to biomedical research.
Despite its relative novelty, containerization is rapidly changing the technology landscape, and agencies should consider taking advantage of the benefits it offers.