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 IT management

  1. QualComm says its new technology can quadruple the speed of WiFi connections.

    WiFi speed could soon get faster

    Qualcomm is touting a technology born from 7 years of research.

    • Apr. 15, 2014
  2. NIST has released a tool to ease the management of vetting apps for agency use. Sean Gallup / Getty Images

    NIST releases mobile app vetting tool

    AppVet manages the analysis of apps to determine whether they are suitable for agencies.

    • Apr. 15, 2014
  3. Dr. Neil Evans, a Primary Care Internist, goes over records from a recent check-up with his patient, Renaldo Cade. James J. Lee/Military Times Staf

    VA iPad pilot empowers veterans, caregivers

    Apps available only to pilot-program participants are about to go wide.

    • Apr. 10, 2014
  4. Lee Lofthus, assistant attorney general for administration at Justice, detailed the results of an inquiry into security risks in its vendor pool. Rick Kozak/ / Federal Times

    Justice cuts IT procurements over cyber risks

    Internal probe finds contractors with 'questionable foreign ownership' and other reasons for concern.

    • Apr. 9, 2014
  5. Graphics processors could unlock the power of Big Data, DARPA officials believe. Nvidia

    Do GPUs hold the key to Big Data?

    DARPA to turn graphics processors from video games to the real battlefield.

    • Apr. 3, 2014
  6. Health care is benefiting from Big Data. Getty Images/iStockphoto

    Cost, education create Big Data barriers

    Do CIOs need more decision-making power?

    • Apr. 3, 2014
  7. Naval command looking for geospatial software

    COTs products should enable mapping overlays, enemy sensor coverage, other capabilities.

    • Apr. 1, 2014
  8. Douglas K. Wiltsie, Program Executive Officer, Enterprise Information Systems, is adjusting to a new budget era. Rob Curtis/Staff

    PEO EIS adapts to budget realities

    Doug Wiltsie lays out priorities for the year.

    • Apr. 1, 2014
  9. Air Force awards small-biz NETCENTS-2 contracts

    12 small companies will take part in the next iteration of a major network contract.

    • Mar. 31, 2014
  10. Civilian cloud spending tops $2.8B

    Data shows how private, public and hybrid cloud models fare.

    • Mar. 28, 2014
  11. DARPA is seeking to improve software debugging. scyther5 / Getty Images/iStockphoto

    DARPA applies Big Data to debugging

    Program would develop automated tools to detect and repair software errors.

    • Mar. 27, 2014
  12. DIA opens doors for small firms

    Needipedia, Gateway help innovators, intel agencies meet.

    • Mar. 24, 2014
  13. Drs. Emmanuel Reyes, Becky Swensen and Tanzina Zaman access the VA's electronic health records system. Staff

    Tech advances push health IT forward

    The Indian Health Service (IHS) is in the midst of spending $14 million to upgrade its electronic medical records, and acting Chief Information Officer Dr. Howard Hays is already calling it money well spent. '

    • Mar. 21, 2014
  14. A new climate data portal will provide maps and information for the public, drawing on government data sets.

    White House launches climate data portal

    The administration is building on its climate change mitigation efforts by launching a climate data portal to boost awareness and provide greater transparency.

    • Mar. 20, 2014
  15. Sharnig cyber threat information is part of DHS's mission, amplified in the 2013 cybersecurity executive order. JIM WATSON / AFP

    Alexander: Congress should address cyberthreat information sharing

    Intelligence-sharing has become a higher priority following a 2013 executive order that expanded the Homeland Security Department's Enhanced Cyber Services program.

    • Mar. 19, 2014
  16. DIA seeks bids on $6 billion IT contract

    The Defense Intelligence Agency on Tuesday released a final request to industry for its $6 billion global IT services contract.

    • Mar. 18, 2014
  17. Support for Windows XP, including security updates, ends April 8, leaving thousands of federal government computers at risk. Justin Sullivan/ / Getty Images

    End of XP support leaves government computers vulnerable

    Microsoft will end free support for Windows XP on April 8, leaving many government computers at greater risk of hackers.

    • Mar. 17, 2014
  18. Kevin Coleman is a senior fellow at SilverRhino and former chief strategist at Netscape. (File)

    Are you ready to lose XP support?

    Microsoft plans to pull the plug on the old operating system next month, even though millions of PCs still use it.

    • Mar. 17, 2014
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