The ‘cloud’ has come to encompass goods and services well beyond the original definitions of infrastructure, platform and software-as-a-service.
Government agencies running Office 365 can now take advantage of Exchange Online Advanced Threat Protection, a new email filtering service that provides additional protection against malicious attachments and links.
The relaunched websites and open data pilots are part of agencywide efforts to make health information more accessible.
Is overconfidence by IT security managers a bigger problem than technology challenges?
VIEVUSolution.com lets agencies upload evidence and manage case files in a secure cloud-based web interface.
With the average public sector employee using more than 16 cloud services, a new study finds, the impact of one compromised account can be immense.
According to a recent survey by 2nd Watch, security tools were the most popular third-party purchase for Amazon cloud deployments.
Decade-old predictions about the eventual scarcity of IPv4 addresses may soon be coming true.
New Microsoft cloud efforts aim to further secure and protect customer data, while increasing transparency about the security.
To accommodate big data sharing and storage, agencies take to high-performance networks and clouds.
As legalization spreads, RFID and online inventory tracking are being deployed to keep cannabis sales regulated.
Hanford, Calif., is setting up Accela Civic Voice, a cloud-based solution that could help its 55,000-plus residents become much more engaged.
An open source, software-defined perimeter being developed by the Cloud Security Alliance and Waverley Labs aims to stop distributed denial of service attacks dead in their tracks and enable highly secure cloud-based applications.
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