While the IC’s research organization looks into adding security to cloud environments, in the here and now, intelligence agencies are sharing more data.
With Microsoft on the eve of shuttering support for SQL Server 2005, agencies are planning and carrying out their exit strategies.
The nonstop data explosion presents real challenges, but for agencies that prepare, it shouldn’t mean the end of the world.
Network endpoints are nearly everywhere in the federal government. How can agencies keep them secure?
20 years ago, a single piece of legislation took government technology out of the dark ages.
What if Denali National Park was your office? Feds work all over the globe, and an array of technologies makes their work possible.
After more than 20 years at the EPA, Wynn is turning to the cloud to help her new agency reach for the stars.
What exactly is a cloud-first data center, and should agencies invest in one?
Emerging standard preserves legacy CAT 5e and CAT 6 cable.
The HP Elite x2 notebook combines mobility and security in one device.
Printing technology has not changed much in recent years — until now with the Epson EcoTank.
Tampering with data jeopardizes the public’s trust in government, so how do agencies ensure it’s always correct?
Hackers continuously target IT staff, so how do you keep staff secure?
The fall’s presidential election will lead to a new crop of political IT appointees, who need help from career employees and vendor partners.
The cybersecurity battle needs analysts to work together with automation technologies.
As agencies become more comfortable with the cloud, the technology’s true potential starts to shine.