Ron Layton and the United States Secret Service provide White House senior staff with 24-hour security — and technology.
Netgear’s AC600 allows users to get the full benefit of 802.11ac connections.
FedRAMP Gets Stronger
FedRAMP can now authorize cloud providers to protect government’s most secure data.
Ready to Leap
The evolution of quantum computing holds a world of promise for government if it ever comes to fruition.
Double Down on Authentication
To protect government data and systems, agencies will turn their focus to improving authentication.
Turn any space into a conference room with this incredibly portable projector.
Moving files in Microsoft Azure differs from traditional storage systems. Follow these tips to upload storage blobs to the powerful new platform.
The Eyes Don't Lie
With an innovative pilot program on iris recognition, the FBI is embracing the promise of biometric technology, both for itself and other agencies.
When agency IT leaders unify their security architecture, they often cut costs, simplify processes and find the sum is greater than the parts.
Something in the Air
As more employees leverage mobile devices, agencies must contend with security concerns while providing modern wireless infrastructure.
Data Centers Go Green
Agencies are preparing to improve data center efficiency even more thanks to the White House’s Data Center Optimization Initiative.
The intelligence community’s ICITE program has forged a standardized platform for technology and data.
While federal IT leaders and workers are becoming more comfortable with migrating to the cloud, they still need help vetting which cloud service providers are the best fit for their agencies.
Automating IT security functions can help agencies overcome staffing shortages while they bulk up their cybersecurity workforces.