While the IC’s research organization looks into adding security to cloud environments, in the here and now, intelligence agencies are sharing more data.
Information superiority gives the military an advantage without troops ever having to fire a shot.
The service wants to test new technology and deploy it to troops more rapidly than ever.
Technology lets warfighters communicate digitally, no matter how rugged or remote the terrain.
Agencies find that running an efficient data center is as much about power and cooling as it is about servers.
NASS saves time and money by scrapping paper surveys and switching to iPads.
Fewer individual batteries and a lighter load are key for solders in combat.
VDI gives department users access to network resources from anywhere.
Marines aim to boost battlefield success through IT.
There’s work to be done if key federal strategies are to yield success.
This capable notebook sports a small form factor but offers plenty of processing power.
Kaspersky makes management of virtualization’s serious security challenges simple and straightforward.
Follow this advice to protect agency data while working remotely.
Deep data analysis has come a long way, and agencies are taking full advantage.
Agencies turn to enterprise service desks to cut costs and extend hours.
Agencies must deal with the concerns and opportunities presented by a generation of workers who demand BYOD.
Downtime is disastrous, so agencies must plan their data center upgrades properly.