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Report: Google, Pentagon Increasingly Connected

Report: Google, Pentagon Increasingly Connected

Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Director Regina Dugan is set to leave the agency for the Internet company Google within the next few weeks. Wired broke the story Monday and has… Read more »

Baby Steps in Mobility: Pentagon OKs Dell-Only Android

Baby Steps in Mobility: Pentagon OKs Dell-Only Android

The Defense Department is allowing a second mobile platform to access its networks, but it is not quite yet a “bring your own device” approach. The Pentagon’s Security Technical Implementation… Read more »

As Govt. Budget Shrinks, Amazon Expands Fed Cloud Sales

As Govt. Budget Shrinks, Amazon Expands Fed Cloud Sales

The federal government is shifting toward cloud computing and Amazon.com is going in the same direction by expanding its cloud sales to the government. The online retailer currently provides cloud-based… Read more »

Could Bringing Own Device to Work Also Bring Hackers?

Could Bringing Own Device to Work Also Bring Hackers?

Federal employees who bring their own iPhones and Android devices to work may also bring a growing risk of hackers creating chaos, according to a forecast from M86 Security Labs…. Read more »

Agencies Hopping on Google Plus Bandwagon

Agencies Hopping on Google Plus Bandwagon

NASA led the way in joining Google Plus, and now more federal agencies are quickly following. The U.S. Navy, the U.S. Marine Corps, and the National Nuclear Security Administration, among… Read more »

NASA First Agency to Join Google Plus

NASA First Agency to Join Google Plus

Once selected as the most innovative federal agency by the Partnership for Public Service, NASA is on the forefront yet again as it is apparently the first agency to join… Read more »

Unisys to Migrate 5,000 DOE Employees to Cloud

Unisys to Migrate 5,000 DOE Employees to Cloud

Unisys Corp. has won a 10-year contract to migrate 5,000 Energy Department lab employees to a cloud-based e-mail and collaboration solution. The company will enable Idaho laboratory employees to utilize… Read more »

GeoEye Delivers Satellite Imagery with Google Earth Builder

GeoEye Delivers Satellite Imagery with Google Earth Builder

GeoEye, Inc., provider of geospatial information and insight, has signed a multi-year enterprise agreement with Google Inc. to license access to Google Earth Builder. Through the agreement, GeoEye will be… Read more »

CSC and Google Team on Cloud Transformation Program

CSC and Google Team on Cloud Transformation Program

CSC has allied with Google on its Cloud Transformation Program. The program highlights partners with expertise in assisting businesses in making the most of IT in the workplace. As a participant,… Read more »

FedTalks 2011 Attendees to Discuss "Action Items for Great Government"

FedTalks 2011 Attendees to Discuss "Action Items for Great Government"

FedTalks 2011 will bring all the great minds in government and business technology together for one day discussing how innovations can change the way government works. The event will take… Read more »

Intel and Google to Optimize Android for Intel's Atom

Intel and Google to Optimize Android for Intel's Atom

Intel Corporation and Google Inc. will work to enable and optimize future versions of Android for Intel’s lower power Atom processors allowing future versions of Android to support Intel technology…. Read more »

Salesforce.com Announces Details for Dreamforce 2011

Salesforce.com Announces Details for Dreamforce 2011

Salesforce.com announced today details of its annual Dreamforce conference, the world’s largest cloud computing industry event that aims to discuss innovations and trends and enhance collaboration and communication among companies… Read more »

Millions Hit in South Korea Cyber Attack

Millions Hit in South Korea Cyber Attack

South Korea’s communications regulator announced yesterday authorities and online security analysts are assessing the damage caused by what is being described as the largest data breach in the country’s history. … Read more »

Anonymous Creates Social Network after Google+ Rejection

Anonymous Creates Social Network after Google+ Rejection

After being blocked by Google+ for violating community standards, members from hacktivist collective Anonymous have decided to go into the business of online connecting and launch their own social hub…. Read more »

UK: Terrorists Use Facebook, Twitter for 'Cyber Jihad'

UK: Terrorists Use Facebook, Twitter for 'Cyber Jihad'

The British government is warning about the threat of al-Qaida using online technology to plan attacks in pursuit of a “cyber jihad,” BBC News reports. According to U.K.’s updated counterterrorism… Read more »

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