How is federal IT changing to appease citizens who demand more responsive and consumer-grade tech services?
What Not to Wearable
Agencies weigh security concerns against the promise of wearable devices.
Breaking the Mold
Designed for CAD and other high-performance applications, the new HP Workstation pushes power into a tiny form factor.
IT leaders need to find the metrics to help find the right cloud provider for their agencies.
Software features can protect users from themselves and keep an eye on private information.
Uptime Is of the Essence
Network performance is a key metric as agencies put a premium on uptime.
Here's what agencies need to consider before adopting hyperconverged infrastructure.
Command the Boardroom
Epson's projector takes advantage of 3LCD technology to make images both bright and clear.
We’ve Been Expecting You
Several government programs are working to harness the power of tech-driven intuitive thinking.
To Catch a Cheat
How data analytics and machine learning help eliminate fraud, waste and abuse in government.
What technologies are chief privacy officers using to watch out for you and your data?
Feds turn to anti-scraping tools and to deactivating removable hardware as part of new security protocols.
Closer to Perfect
Agencies are using troves of data and powerful analytics tools to predict when cyberattacks might occur.
Call to Duty
The Pentagon can — and should — lead the way on adopting bring-your-own-device policies.