BlackBerry is still the incumbent in a sensitive market, but Samsung has invested in security to try to turn the tables.
The next generation of VA's electronic health record should see benefits from agency advances in predictive analytics.
RadResponder project would give responders better access to key data in a nuclear emergency.
The team will be headed by Mikey Dickerson, a former Google engineer who served on the team that helped fix HealthCare.gov.
Revised thermal standards and an array of cooling techniques promise to reverse the data center power drain.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology is trying to get ahead of attackers by developing a simulation system that emulates industrial operations.
An IARPA RFI seeks answers on what brain structures could be used to determine future job performance.
New CIO Joe Klimavicz wants the Justice Department to adopt a service broker model for IT acquisition.
While just two percent of Americans have access to text-to-911 services -- and not all commissioners support the idea -- new FCC rules promise wider deployment.
While federal websites were likely in the mix of targets, experts said agencies complying with FISMA and other cybersecurity guidelines should be OK.
Background-check firm says the breach "has all the markings of a state-sponsored attack."