GeoMesa distributes geospatial data processing over the scalable resources of Hadoop, virtually eliminating the limits to the amount of data that can be managed.
The plan calls for the phase out of legacy systems, migration of data and infrastructure to the cloud and user-friendly mobile services.
NIST explores the challenges, barriers and opportunities federal IT managers are facing with cloud adoption and system accessibility for those with disabilities.
An open source, CalCloud-hosted “tech habitat” for development, the Innovation Lab helps agencies build, test and deploy open source projects in the state’s data center.
The Indiana Office of Technology is using Syncplicity, an enterprise file sharing system, to facilitate collaboration and cut down on shadow IT.
The CenturyLink Government Cloud will enable federal agencies to securely migrate data center workloads to the cloud and manage hosting services.
As the next wave of policing, body-worn cameras have the potential to drown law enforcement officials rather than carry them to shore.
A hybrid solution gave Ames Research Center the cloud storage it needed plus speedy response times and encryption.
Implementing a hybrid cloud with automated self-service provisioning of virtualized workloads can help agencies become more agile and collaborative.
Amazon Web Services describes a way of architecting cloud solutions that address Trusted Internet Connection capabilities in a FedRAMP moderate baseline cloud.
NetComm’s Beacon software-as-a-service platform allows users to create customized dashboards.
The state will divide the massive procurement into smaller RFPs to deliver user-validated services faster and reduce the risk of large system failure.
Google Apps for Work, and other tools on its public cloud platform, are now certified by the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program.
The Food and Drug Administration is partnering with Commonwealth Informatics to enhance a drug safety data analysis tool.