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The best way to protect the public interest is to remove internet service from the commercial market and treat broadband as a public utility.
Four of the Energy Department's high-performance machines were ranked in the top 10 of the fastest 500 supercomputers.
To deliver secure connectivity to 80 voting centers, the county opted for a flexible branch network solution with integrated cloud management, wired and wireless multicarrier connectivity and multilayer edge security.
The cloud-based integrated data exchange that powers smart city efforts in Columbus, Ohio, now offers visualization tools to help users quickly make sense of the data.
To ease the transition to its Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification program for defense contractors, the Pentagon is considering granting reciprocity to vendors with the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program.
Researchers have developed a compact, room temperature, widely tunable laser with potential for high-bandwidth communications, ultrahigh-resolution imaging and precise long-range sensing for radio astronomy.
With the right technology, such as open cloud customer experience platforms, any agency can ensure that citizens receive the exceptional experiences they know are possible.
Resilient, secure and interoperable systems are the focus of the newest update to the National Emergency Communications Plan.
Agencies should focus on the cloud's compute capabilities to reduce costs and improve business resiliency and service delivery, one GSA cloud exec advises.
Agencies are moving away from traditional shared services toward provisioned cloud-enabled IT services, according to PSC's 2019 Vision Forecast.
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