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September 23rd, 2016
In 1996, NIST developed FIPS, or the Federal Information Processing Standards, under the Information Technology Management Reform Act (Public Law 104-106). The act was originally issued to establish technology standards for non-military government agencies; the act has since evolved to keep up with the IT landscape, including mobility.
September 12th, 2016
Around the world every day, digital data is impacting the way investigations are examined and completed. Today, mobile devices are becoming more critical for police investigations since these devices can reveal important details and insights that speed the investigation process and help to prove a subject’s innocence or guilt.
July 12th, 2016
In a mobile enterprise, smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices have real-time connectivity throughout the organization and with its stakeholders and partners. With proper planning, strategy, and technology, government organizations can reach the streamlined quality that enterprise mobility promises.
June 2nd, 2016
Today, nearly 80% of companies leverage eLearning to train their workforce, and with a wide variety of tools on the market – nearly double what was available five years ago – it’s becoming more and more challenging for instructors to choose the right tools for their audience. To help educators and instructional designers across industries stay ahead of today’s rapidly evolving eLearning landscape, Adobe and Carahsoft held an Adobe eLearning Conference in Washington, DC this May.
April 19th, 2016
Beyond the keychain used to carry car keys, we all have a separate set of keys that gives us access to the information and systems we need to do our jobs effectively and securely. Whether you’re an individual end-user or a system administrator with far-reaching access, these keys are critical to day-to-day online work. Losing the keys to your organization’s online world have consequences far beyond the inconvenience of waiting for a locksmith.
March 18th, 2016
Over the past several years, government has felt the pressure from citizens to use mobile for communication. In response, the public sector was able to quickly brainstorm ways to tap into widespread mobile usage and communicate outbound messages to citizens.
March 8th, 2016
Mobile is here to stay within the government workforce. In one study by Lookout, federal agencies surveyed reported that 50% of government workers now use their personal device for work email and 49% use those devices to download work related documents.
March 3rd, 2016
The 2016 Mobile World Congress revealed some powerful insights on what matters in mobile security. The focus of this year’s show was not the devices, but the network they run on.
January 26th, 2016
The Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) was recently recognized as the overall winner of the 2015 Excellence.gov Awards from ACT-IAC. ORNL is the largest science and energy laboratory within the U.S. Department of Energy and was recognized for its Research Enterprise Solution (RESolution) Project.