The Census Bureau will test Internet self-response, address canvassing and the bureau's custom mobile application in Puerto Rico.
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By adding a laser sensor to a smartphone, researchers at MIT created a low-cost device that can deliver the high-resolution distance sensing required for robotic navigation.
MobileIron Access helps secure cloud data accessed through commonly commercial apps on mobile devices.
The vulnerability lets attackers use hijacked devices enrolled in mobile device management programs to launch man-in-the-middle attacks, according to Check Point Software.
Rather than trying to screen apps for malware, researchers suggest it may be more effective to monitor the behavior of installed apps for signs of improper behavior.
The Philadelphia Mayor’s Office of Reintegration Services uses GovDelivery Interactive Texting platform to help caseworkers better communicate with their clients.
Agency IT decision makers must be ready for the increasing workload created by a mobile workforce.
With a combination of common wireless technology and military-grade encryption, the Army plans to widely deploy Wi-Fi at command posts -- a move officials say will make for much nimbler combat units.
Philly 311, Philadelphia’s mobile app for access to government information and non-emergency services, has been evolving to be easier to use and more responsive to unexpected events.
The Army's iWatch app gives smartphone users a way to report suspicious activity on or near the installations where they work.
Using Splunk’s IT Service Intelligence, the IT staff at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory was able to see operations problems at a glance and predict future issues.
In conjunction with a new customer relationship management platform, the city is offering a mobile 311 app for residents.
The plan calls for the phase out of legacy systems, migration of data and infrastructure to the cloud and user-friendly mobile services.