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Real-World Mythology

The Zeus virus and other Trojans put the government at risk.

Tech Trends

Getting It Together

Unified communications across more devices increases productivity and saves money, but security risks abound.

Product Review

Perfect Fit

This mini desktop boasts more than ample memory and can handle even the demands of IT development staff.

Tech Watch

Virtualized Hardware

Tech pros tout the benefits of virtualizing network functions.

Product Review

Easy Access

All it needs is any USB port and a display to allow users to tap into its Windows 8.1 operating system.

Tech Trends

Special Delivery

Follow these best practices to ensure that your virtual desktops deliver the performance that users demand.

Tech Tips

Is Your Agency Ready for 802.11ac?

Follow these tips to prepare for the next generation of wireless networking.



New C-Level on the Rise

The federal government aims to put data into the hands of the public and creative application developers — and it all centers around chief data officers who can help agencies rethink data management.


Safety First

Partnership will increase first responders’ ability to communicate during a disaster.


The Next Migration

Agencies prepare for Microsoft’s end of support for its venerable server OS.


Here to Stay

Federal agencies consider end-to-end virtualization to optimize and consolidate their IT infrastructure.


Smart IT

Manage Your Data

The explosion of data creates both a challenge and an opportunity for government if they can effectively harness it.

From the Editor

Managing the Data Boom

Chief data officers are an important new addition to the C-suite and federal IT departments.

Contributor Column

Smart Technology

Investments in training and research are essential to unlocking the promise of this technology and maintaining U.S. superiority.