Will wearables improve productivity?
Digital watches have come a long way since first being released in 1972.
End of Windows Server 2003 support rapidly approaches
Support for Microsoft’s Windows XP officially ended April 8, 2014, though security updates for Windows Server 2003 will still be provided until July 2015.
Is your government agency properly using unified communications?
According to a recent survey from global telecommunications service provide, Easynet, most companies are not getting the full benefits of unified communications...
U.S. representative sessions calls for stronger encryption practices
In a recent opinion piece for The Hill, Republican Texas Representative Pete Sessions said cybersecurity is currently one of the most important issues facing th...
Updated government data centers lead to better utilization
Local and state governments have a few disadvantages regarding technology compared to the federal government - money and resources.
What is data sharing?
The U.S. House is expected to pass a bipartisan bill that will help combat cyberattacks, according to The New York Times.
Recent cyberattacks reveal need for disaster recovery
The world’s leading operating system and a popular software program were recently found to have serious security flaws, enabling foreign hackers to breach U.S. ...
Data center transparency can help rehabilitate public trust
In recent years, the public’s growing concern over surveillance and what it means for their privacy is an issue being faced by many agencies across federal, sta...
Agencies see benefits from virtualizing within the cloud
Cloud computing with virtualization could mean serious advantages for government agencies.
Interoperability framework to help agencies navigate big data
In recent years, the use of big data in government has increased despite growing concerns about cybersecurity.