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In a study released yesterday, Botnets, malicious applications and social networking malware top the future threats of 2010. In a study released by BitDefender, cyber criminals will be looking to expanding platforms, target multiple operating systems and mobile devices. “2009 saw a wide range of security threats aiming at both end-users and at corporate networks,“ […] More
Open source programs have been regarded with little validity and much skepticism over the years.  The concept that a program creator would allow their work and product to be accessed downloaded and used with no payment seems backwards and counterproductive in our capitalist market. One company is helping break down the barriers between truths and […] More
State governments have long been on the front line in the pursuit of energy efficiency, and for good reason. Studies indicate it’s far cheaper to invest in energy efficiency than to build new power plants. The emphasis will apparently continue for many years to come. The Wall Street Journal has reported total annual spending on […] More
The weakest link in any computer system is the individual sitting right in front of the keyboard. That means you. It’s a point worth reflecting on, especially now; Obama has designated October “National Cyber Security Awareness Month.” To keep the momentum going, Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism John Brennan offers up […] More
First came the technorati. Then the twitterati. Now the goverati have burst onto the Web 2.0 scene. These are individuals from government and industry alike leveraging new technology to better shape government policy and direction. So what can industry do to keep on top of this emerging trend? Who better to ask than Mark Drapeau, […] More
Harvard Business School Professor Clayton Christensen has developed a model that explains the market chaos that follows a game-changing innovation in any particular field.  Using examples from the steel, computing, chemistry, and financial industries, he explains the three enablers that make an innovation game-changing: technology, a cost-effective business model, and a “complete vertical commercial system.” […] More
The other day, Microsoft confirmed that a number of Hotmail account login information was compromised and posted online. It now appears that the breach is significantly wider, extending to Gmail, AOL, Yahoo, Earthlink and Comcast email accounts. Over 30,000 accounts have been posted online according to a list the BBC viewed. Google has moved to […] More
Apple has one. So does Google. So why shouldn’t the federal government? That’s what Vivek Kundra’s been asking ever since he was named the first-ever federal CIO. Now, with the release of their latest initiative, Apps.gov, the feds are catching up. The online storefront, which is designed to be a one-stop shop for software used […] More
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers and the US Commerce Department have ended an 11-year partnership in which the U.S. government possessed direct control of ICANN. The split will allow for a private sector-led model for the Internet, with review teams from around the globe. The two organizations have signed an Affirmation of […] More
During a speech at the Brookings Institute on Monday, Federal Communications Chairman Julius Genachowski discussed his support for net neutrality. He suggested that the existing guidelines set forth by the FCC for net neutrality should be codified for regulation purposes.  According to cnet news, two new guidelines that Genachowski advocates adding to net neutrality “would […] More
During a speech at the Brookings Institute on Monday, Federal Communications Chairman Julius Genachowski discussed his support for net neutrality. He suggested that the existing guidelines set forth by the FCC for net neutrality should be codified for regulation purposes and that two new ideas be added that would better facilitate net neutrality. According to […] More
What happens to previous administration websites once a new administration moves into 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue? Most government websites are promptly  deleted from the world wide web; causing final destruction of former administration  information and documents. Librarians at the University of North Texas Library work to preserve former administration websites in order to maintain complete access to the public. Some previous administration ‘dead websites’ […] More
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