Want to keep germ transmission down? Consider a keyboard with good feel that can be run through the dishwasher.
Older apps that wouldn't work with Vista may run under Win7, thanks to its virtualized XP Mode.
CIO, Department of the Navy
If your security controls seem out of control, these steps can help you apply the new NIST guidance to find a way forward.
The linchpin in a secure network that includes both Macs and PCs is a synchronized set of tools, policies and practices for the two platforms.
The Obama administration's dashboard sheds light on IT projects, but is that light bright enough?
For many feds, the office is wherever they are — a field, a doorstep, a war zone — and a rugged but user-friendly notebook can keep them plugged in.
Will 10G switches lead to a collapse from three-layer topologies to two?
You can take advantage of the TPM chip found in most systems to harden desktop and notebook security.
Want to keep germ transmission down? Consider a keyboard with good feel that can be run through the dishwasher and even treated with disinfectant.
Agencies see promise of management efficiencies and cost savings through unified communications — and often use Voice over IP as their UC stepping stone.
For federal agencies concerned about continuity of operations, here are some IT tools that won't leave you stranded.
Army researchers push for cutting-edge bedside technologies that can deliver real-time data and better clinical decision support.
High-definition video conferencing humanizes everyday communications for federal workers.