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Government Computer News
Updated: 7 hours 11 min ago
The Universal Character Set software works with any unmanned system on any platform, tying together air, ground, sea and undersea drones into a complete operational picture.
Data breaches in the global health care, education and government sectors accounted for 65 percent of all identities breached in 2012, according to Symantec’s Internet Security Threat Report.
U.S. Forces' response to the 2011 Japan earthquake showed how virtual desktop infrastructures can deploy new endpoints quickly, easily and securely.
Social media outlets were never intended as mission-critical applications; recent events show why.
The products and features drawing big crowds on the FOSE show floor would be ignored most anywhere else.
Connect lets users view, work with and share information while it stays safely behind the network firewall.
Eaton County, Mich., installs Laserfiche 9 to move to the next phase of document workflows: enterprise transactional management.
The company's latest Little PC, with a solid state hard drive and Intel mobile processor, uses an extruded aluminum chassis to dissipate heat.
Cybersecurity must become a full partner with IT and get more aggressive in searching out threats in order to effectively fulfill its mission of supporting agency missions.
U.K.-based Huddle's secure cloud collaboration platform, already in use a several U.S. agencies, is billed as an alternative to Microsoft's SharePoint.
Rather than trying to keep up with and get ahead of malicious software, hardware security can help ensure that devices are safe and remain uninfected, says Imation's Larry Hamid.
The State Mobile Apps Catalog can help states find ideas for developing their own apps.
The company's app for BlackBerry gives users full Office 365 and on-premise SharePoint functionality.
The service's industrial controls get smarter during its quest for "net zero" buildings, which brings cybersecurity into play.
Although malware can evade signatures and other filters, its code leaves telltale tracks that can be discovered through traffic analysis, analysts show in FOSE demonstration.
IT officials at a recent conference said efforts to protect their infrastructure are hampered by a lack of resources and a lack of understanding from those who make funding decisions.
The company's Universal Cloud Release Station, on display at FOSE, can be tied to a PIV of CAC card.
From a case that makes any smart phone super-rugged to a secure key drive that lets you take everything, including your OS, with you, here's what impressed us most.
SAFECode, an industry group promoting reliability in commercial software, is releasing a free online training course on the basics secure software development.
Agencies are seeing benefits from consolidation, though most can't quantify cost savings, according to a MeriTalk survey. And 56 percent of IT pros grade agencies' efforts at "C" or below.