Posts Tagged: HP

Are You a Digital Hunter-Gatherer?

If you’ve ever been to the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History, you’ve more than likely seen the exhibit on human origins and evolution. Historical artifacts, life-size models and realistic renderings attempt to paint a portrait of the earliest of human civilizations. From our modern perspective, these first Homo sapiens seem more like animals thanRead… Read more »

The Continuous Diagnostic and Mitigation (CDM) Program Field Guide [New Report]

Government needs to become more agile and efficient in the way it combats cyberthreats. Explore our latest guide on the Continuous Diagnostic and Mitigation (CDM) program to learn how. In today’s world, it’s imperative that government protects our critical infrastructure to preserve our physical and economic security. To do so, cyber professionals must obtain real-timeRead… Read more »

Pro-Tip: Secure Not Just the Device, But the Data Too

Our recent mobile report explored many factors shaping the future of government mobility. But one aspect we didn’t touch on in the report was the concept of geo-fencing. Simply put, geo-fencing technology provides agencies with the ability to control mobile use in a defined location. During an interview with Joe Marenin, US EliteBook Product ManagerRead… Read more »

It’s Judgment Day: Microsoft Ends Support for Windows XP

Today Microsoft has ended support of Windows XP. If you’re using a computer with XP, it’s essential that you take the proper steps now to upgrade your computer. Starting today, Microsoft will no longer provide security updates or technical support for Windows XP. This includes support for security updates, patch vulnerabilities and malware – supportRead… Read more »

Two Keys to Making Mobile Matter for Government

The fast-paced mobile industry keeps even the most tech-savvy on their toes. It seems like every week a new smartphone, wearable device, or tablet is being released. And there is certainly a market for all these devices and emerging technology. Just look at some data from a recent Pew study on mobile technology: 90% ofRead… Read more »

How You Can Track Santa With NORAD

On Christmas Eve, the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) will transform from protecting North American skies to tracking Santa Claus. Although most commonly known for tracking Santa, NORAD conducts essential work protecting American skies. If you’re unfamiliar with NORAD, it is a United States and Canada bi-national organization charged with the missions of aerospaceRead… Read more »

HP Holiday Joyride in DC

The holiday season is upon us which means there’s lots of fun and festive things going on in and around your city. One of those was the HP Holiday Joyride– which combines new technology with holiday cheer. Starting off in Palo Alto, California the HP Caravan ended its journey in Washington DC this past weekend.Read… Read more »