While the IC’s research organization looks into adding security to cloud environments, in the here and now, intelligence agencies are sharing more data.
The members of 18F are young, brilliant and changing government from the inside out.
With the OPM breach and the cybersecurity sprint behind them, agencies enter a new era.
Seen as the most significant Federal IT legislation in 20 years, FITARA will empower CIOs like never before.
Initially seen as a security threat, agencies find benefits in employee use of shadow IT.
As networks become more complex, federal leaders eye ways to gain the visibility they need.
By bringing data to consumers, Fox continues the department’s legacy of innovation.
Toshiba’s new Portégé Z20t combines an excellent display and a long-lasting battery for phenomenal performance.
AVer provides professional conference services without a pro crew.
A new version of the Common Vulnerability Scoring System helps agencies simplify risk.
Microsoft’s new OS includes a number of security benefits federal IT managers need to know.
Government’s business infrastructure continues to lag behind, but it can quickly catch up with some congressional muscle.
The convergence of Big Data, social, mobile and cloud present a new look at technology.
The government long resisted an offensive cyber strategy, but increased threats call for a new plan.
A new breed of government employees are changing how it operates, inside and out.
Businesses are leveraging the convergence of cloud, mobile and social — it’s time government does the same.