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Chip George, vice president of public sector sales at Nutanix, said federal and public sector information technology leaders must prioritize further adoption of telework approach and modernization of IT systems to help them meet modern demands and achieve mission goals moving forward. In a commentary piece Nextgov published Friday, George wrote that agencies demonstrated persistent […] More

A new Nutanix study has found that 82 percent of information technology leaders in the global public sector and 87 percent of respondents in the U.S. federal government cited hybrid cloud as the ideal IT operating model. The third annual Enterprise Cloud Index Report showed that IT leaders from the U.S. federal government intend to increase that to about 74 percent penetration within five years.

Anomali and In-Q-Tel have signed a technology development agreement to build cyber analytics offerings for the intelligence sector. IQT said Tuesday it also invested in Anomali through venture funding rounds to help further develop the latter’s Enterprise and ThreatStream threat intelligence platforms. George Hoyem, investment lead for enterprise IT at In-Q-Tel, said Anomali’s framework  “offers the government a way to aggregate and rationalize […] More
Researchers at Sandia National Laboratories have developed a process designed to encrypt and store sensitive data into a synthetic DNA. Bioengineers George and Marlene Bachand at Sandia Labs used a computer algorithm to encode a summarized version of a letter by U.S. President Harry Truman into a chemically synthesized DNA spotted onto a Sandia Labs […] More
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has awarded a $6.3 million contract to Galois for the implementation of its Jana project to help extract value from big data and protect the privacy of data in transit and at rest. The Jana project is intended to implement “private data as a service” to help analysts use data in a […] More
Geneticists at Harvard University have discovered a technique for storing and retrieving large amounts of data in a DNA microchip the size of a flash drive, Information Week reports. Kevin Fogarty writes that the George Church-led research team stored as much as 5.5 petabits, or 5.5 million gigabits per cubic millimeter, on less than a […] More
McAfee and Intel are collaborating to develop anti-theft software for Ultrabook devices leveraging unique, Intel chip-level technologies providing device and data protection for consumers. With users increasing mobility and the rapid growing numbers of laptops and mobile computing devices purchases, the risk of theft and loss is increasing too. This solution will provide device lock, […] More
Healthcare IT is generating plenty of headlines. So, who in government is helping lead the next evolution in healthcare? ExecutiveBiz recently brought that question to federal contractors. Here’s their tally of government leaders who are proving the go-to people for guidance and direction in helping shape the healthcare IT conversation. Who would you add to […] More
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