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IBM (NYSE: IBM) last week announced the launch of the IBM Institute for Advanced Security in Europe, an expansion of its companywide initiative to provide government and other organizations with a global network of security research, services, software and technology expertise. Based in Brussels, the IBM Institute for Advanced Security in Europe will help address […] More
Cisco premiered its Linksys upgrade this week. The E-series Wireless-N routers and switches offer higher speeds, greater range, user-friendly applications and a more aesthetically pleasing design. The new series include five routers, each designed to enhance a multitude of media technologies. Router speeds of up to 450 Mbps, a 3×3 spatial stream configuration, external power […] More
USIS|LABAT will demonstrate its offerings of information management services at the upcoming Association for Information and Image Management International Conference & [email protected] Info360 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. Between March 21-24, representatives from USIS|LABAT will be on-site in booth 1034 to provide information about the firm’s e-records management services, secure […] More
Raytheon Company (NYSE: RTN) has delivered its 250th APG-79 active electronically scanned array radar to Boeing, according to a press release. The APG-79 radar is flown on U.S. Navy F/A-18E/F and EA-18G aircraft, and on the Royal Australian Air Force F/A-18F Super Hornet. Eric Ditmars, F/A-18 program director, Tactical Airborne Systems, said the APG-79 radar […] More
The federal government's migration to the cloud is now in full swing. Last year, the White House released its 25 point plan to reform federal IT management. Cloud computing gained top mention as a way to reduce spending and increase efficiency. The one hiccup, in an otherwise solid plan, is cloud computing is still in […] More
Wireless firm Powerwave Technologies Inc. (NASDAQ: PWAV) is set to debut a new line of “revolutionary“ 4G products at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, next week. The technology, including Picocell and Active Array Antenna, are components of what the company calls its “Inside Out Solutions“ methodology. It brings “mobile broadband coverage and capacity […] More
Iridium Communications Inc. announced this week Chief Executive Officer Matthew J. Desch will speak at the 2011 Stifel Nicolaus Technology, Communications & Internet Conference in San Francisco on Feb. 10. Stifel Nicolaus, a financial services company based in St. Louis, Mo., hosts a variety of client-centric conventions annually, matching investors with experts from the technology, […] More
Getting in touch with your representatives just got a lot easier. For the start of the 112th Congress, Apps42, Ltd. announced the release of CongressVotes 112. Part of the company's government transparency series, the app is a resource for legislators, legislative staff, industry and lobbyists, as well as private citizens. The app is updated throughout […] More
In addition to the array of interviews (like this one with HPTi’s David Cradlin), and assorted GovCon news we cover daily, we recently got wind of this story: Jesse “The Body” Ventura is going another round, but this time around he is taking (verbal) jabs at TSA’s controversial passenger screening processes. The former Minnesota governor […] More
Who said you can't play video games at work? Certainly not the Secret Service. Beginning in the spring, the Secret Service will train its officers using 3-D models and gaming technology. Funded by the Department of Homeland Security Science & Technology Directorate, the new system is designed to represent real-life situations using the latest computer […] More
ExecutiveBiz: Could you please tell me a little bit about your background and how you got involved in HPTi? David Cradlin: My background is in engineering.  I started as an analyst and computer programmer and moved into developing special applications using massively parallel high-performance computers. That's eventually what led me to HPTi.  I joined the […] More
In its continued effort to cater toward federal agencies looking to meet the directives of the Telework Enhancement Act of 2010, Lockheed Martin has released an improved IronClad USB drive. The IronClad technology is a secure, encrypted flash drive that lets employees carry their entire desktop on a rugged thumb drive the size of a […] More
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