New guidelines from the National Institute of Standards and Technology offer recommendations agencies should consider when outsourcing data, applications and infrastructure to a public cloud environment.
Forthcoming security standards are expected to allow the use of certain mobile devices on DOD's secure networks.
White House consolidation plan is more expansive than the six agencies first identified.
NIST seeks participants for annual data-mining conference.
Has the National Weather Service gone too far in allowing private developers to lead the way in developing mobile apps for weather data?
NOAA becomes the largest federal agency to move its email to the cloud.
The National Initiative on Cybersecurity Education has drafted a framework to help professionalize this area of work and provide a path for federal career development.
NIST guidelines, FedRAMP and monitoring contribute to cloud security
The National Institute of Standards and Technology's road map is designed to support secure adoption of cloud computing by federal agencies. Comments are due by Dec. 2.
Agencies should check out the colorful dials on the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office's online dashboard to see some good dashboard design. Read on for more tips and good examples.
The Senate Appropriations Committee approved the fiscal 2012 budget for science and technology programs.
A report from the Congressional Research Service highlights some of the benefits and potential risks in using tools such as Facebook and Twitter to help with disaster response.