The capabilities will grow still further when the CIA chooses between AWS and IBM.
Determining the federal market for Apple's iPhone turns out to be pretty hard to do.
Emerging technologies allow the Army to quickly map assets around the world.
The image of an office full of call-center employees wearing headsets to communicate with customers is a common association for customer relationship management, but it is woefully outdated. Social media and big data are among the forces transforming CRM, and agencies are catching on.
The space agency adds another social media outlet to its growing list.
Leaked documents show the National Security Agency introduced weaknesses into computer security standards, putting at risk NIST's reputation as a disinterested purveyor of cyber guidelines.
With a comprehensive enterprise mobility management strategy, defense organizations stand to achieve a new level of readiness.
The bring-your-own-app craze can actually make life easier for federal IT professionals who are struggling to contain BYOD.
The Office of Science and Technology Policy played host to a brainstorming session designed to generate ideas for using technology in disaster relief and recovery.
Spokeswoman says reported vulnerability can be exploited only by an individual with physical access to the computer.
A cyberattack on Syria could crash enemy systems, interfere with air defenses and spare civilian lives.
Locating the nation's cybersecurity hub in the land of jambalaya and jazz could be a good step, some experts say.