The return of the Commodore

A favorite returns to shelves — in modified form.

Fiberlink's MaaS360 enables GSA telework initiatives

The General Services Administration is leveraging Fiberlink's "mobility-as-a-service" technology.

5 elements of a mobile enterprise masterpiece

These emerging technologies will make mobile wireless the dominant personal computing platform of the future.

DOD shutters access to video-streaming websites

Access to streaming video on websites, including YouTube, Amazon and Google video, has been blocked by DOD's Cyber Command.

Cheating on IT certification exams reportedly on the rise

According to a survey of 200 IT professionals, 72 percent of respondents think colleagues use unauthorized exams from the Internet to prepare for certifications.

Air Force reverses course on WikiLeaks guidance for military families

Air Force Public Affairs pulled the plug on its statement that family members of Air Force employees accessing WikiLeaks on a home computer may be subject to prosecution for espionage.

Counterfeit hardware poses security risk

Counterfeit computer hardware poses a significant security risk to private corporations and the military.

Crazy prediction, or crazy serious?

Tell us what you think of these six views of the future of IT.

Time to rethink the PC

Desktop PCs have been a blessing and a curse since the day they arrived. Here’s how to make living with them a little easier.

5 ways to ease desktop PC-induced pain

Check out these five ways agencies are trying to solve their love/hate relationship with PCs.

Be careful of those hard drives, XP users

This post is for those that are still, and will be for a while, users of Windows XP. If that isn’t you then look away – or maybe gloat a little.

Prison computer recycling put staff, inmates at risk, NIOSH finds

Prisoners were exposed to toxins, but poor record-keeping makes it hard to know how extensively, according to a report from the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health.

Army kicks off consolidated buying season

The Army will open its semiannual consolidated buying program for desktop and notebook computers on Jan. 11, officials said today.

Vulnerability in DISA security scripts could leave systems at risk

DISA warns government users not to run Unix Readiness Review Scripts until it fixes a vulnerability.

Federal agencies expected to make broad move to Windows 7

A new survey suggests federal information technology managers expect to adopt Microsoft’s new Windows 7 operating system more broadly and more quickly than they did with Microsoft’s Vista OS.