Analysts say the newly announced collaboration could be a very big deal for federal mobility.
It's time to throw cyberattackers into solitary before they strike, writes Bromium's Simon Crosby.
For all the advancements we've seen in consumer technology and enterprise applications in the past couple of decades, government networks have remained largely unchanged.
The government no longer drives the market for secure telecom because mobility is advancing faster than government procurement cycles.
Deconstructing the tools that have emerged from Obama's executive order on securing critical infrastructure.
Two-year-old SocialGov is seeking a broader impact on the relationship between government and citizen.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
The CIO for the government's youngest agency says that even in start-up mode, building a culture of innovation is tricky.
Video collaboration can bring big savings and efficiency gains, if managers get past their status-quo concerns.
It is possible to balance data security and user flexibility -- if agencies follow these key guidelines.
As agencies log successes in enterprisewide initiatives, the familiar challenges of security and trust remain.
As more and more federal employees use their own mobile devices at work, agencies must focus on securing the data, not the device.