Bluetooth beacon technology may show up first at the mall, but look for it in enterprise applications that rely on indoor location mapping and navigation.
The Smithsonian Institution is undergoing a digital makeover to support more interactive exhibits, displays and research applications for the public and research communities.
Dell Software recently announced new tools for mobility management, security and business intelligence.
FEMA's mobile app now has a feature that allows citizens to photograph, geotag and explain conditions in their local area.
New service brings increased security and access management for both employee-owned and corporate-issued devices.
Standardized SDP security framework will protect application infrastructures from network-based attacks.
Blocking access to sensitive data by mobile workers in the end is counterproductive. Instead, it’s better to protect data by incorporating better access controls in the technology itself.
Agile Bloodhound showed what combination of intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance could be used to deliver tactical intelligence to front-line troops.
Georgia Tech uses focus-beamed antennas to cut down on interference in its large-capacity classrooms.
BlackBerry will invest in a government-oriented security innovation center and return to making keyboard-based smartphones.
LiveSafe makes reporting suspicious activity easier and gives safety officials a multilayer platform to increase safety awareness.
Checking for unusual activity in log and event management data can help admins spot the changes that can compromise network security.
Secure devices, virtualized mobile solutions and the Internet of Things will be at the top of mind for government IT managers.
Researchers have used smartphones, laptops, wireless routers and wired networks to track building occupancy and manage lighting, environmental controls and other services.