While the IC’s research organization looks into adding security to cloud environments, in the here and now, intelligence agencies are sharing more data.
More and more agencies are taking advantage of shared cloud services to streamline IT infrastructure and cut costs.
Technology helps scale back on office real estate to cut costs and meet conservation goals.
Agencies embrace desktop technology for face-to-face meetings.
Agencies adopt hybrid storage solutions to address application challenges.
With the popular OS nearing retirement, government IT teams are turning to Windows 7, and in mobile pilots, Windows 8.
Cloud development delivers scalability and efficient management.
The Army hopes a series of regional security stacks will unlock new capabilities.
Separating network control from network hardware makes management easier. Here’s how agencies can prepare.
This all-in-one combines a number of attractive features with a beautiful display.
This feature-rich VoIP conference phone is a good fit for small work areas that don’t have a big teleconferencing system installed.
Follow these three steps to protect your online systems from this increasingly prevalent threat.
Keep things humming smoothly, even as cloud and mobile technologies widen the network.
As tough mobile devices get better, smaller and more versatile, agencies are finding more uses for them.
All sorts of devices — from water meters to vehicles — are collecting and transmitting data.
Forget the misconception that government lags the private sector in cutting-edge use of technology.
It doesn’t matter why agencies embrace technological change. It only matters that change leads to better results.
Several metrics are critical to determining the return on investment.