Government employees are using personal devices for work-related communications more than ever before. That leaves agencies vulnerable to new cyber risks.
When it comes to mobile security, agencies often think in terms of the device or network — and overlook the risks associated with mobile apps.
The Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory is reaping the benefits of pandemic-forced changes through technologies like mobile and virtual reality.
Users can be exposed to phishing threats through all kinds of mobile channels, particularly as the remote workforce increased suddenly in 2020.
Edge computing enables applications to run at the location where they are needed, saving agencies both bandwidth and time.
It is important to focus on cost, efficiency, and performance while prioritizing investments that promote multi-year outcomes.
As we adopt new ways of living because of the COVID-19 pandemic, agencies will need to consider creative approaches to their remote work strategy.
Agencies can address productivity needs by migrating their existing applications and IT assets to the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud.
As of recently, you’d see maintainers researching and tracking information on smartphones, a breakthrough that allows more planes to be serviced.
Many times, the very communities that are at the epicenter of crises are dynamic enough to have pockets of educated and ambitious entrepreneurs.