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  • Former DARPA & Google Exec Regina Dugan to Lead New Facebook Group - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Former DARPA & Google Exec Regina Dugan to Lead New Facebook Group

    Regina Dugan, formerly advanced technology and products team lead at Google, has joined Facebook to lead the social networking site's future advanced products development group, Forbes reported Wednesday. Miguel Helft writes Dugan oversaw Google's projects to develop modular smartphones, three-dimensional mapping devices and smart fabrics since 2012. She will lead Facebook's new team called “Building 8” […] More

  • IBM Unveils Enterprise Social Computing Tools at Connect 2014 - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    IBM Unveils Enterprise Social Computing Tools at Connect 2014

    IBM has introduced a cloud-based software offering designed to combine email and social networking features at the IBM Connect annual technology event, CMSWire reported Friday. Tom Petrocelli writes the IBM Mail Next platform is designed with an enterprise user interface to help multiple users communicate and interact with each other. IBM Connect also highlighted the […] More

  • IBM Adds Social Net Tools Ahead of Mobile Rush in Office - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    IBM Adds Social Net Tools Ahead of Mobile Rush in Office

    The “Bring Your Own Device” trend is all the rage at workplaces across the country and IBM unveiled new social networking and collaboration applications Wednesday to help employees get on the company’s secure enterprise networks. IBM itself is also part of the BYOD trend, as previously covered here on The New New Internet. IBM said […] More

  • Agencies Hopping on Google Plus Bandwagon - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    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 other agencies, have now joined Google’s social network, according to a report from Information Week. Originally only made available to individual users, Google Plus was […] More

  • NASA First Agency to Join Google Plus - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    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 Google Plus. The space agency’s Google Plus page went live Monday, the same day Google began to open its social networking service to government agencies […] More

  • Google+: 10 Million Users in Two Weeks - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Google+: 10 Million Users in Two Weeks

    Google Chief Executive Officer Larry Page announced yesterday Google+ has reached more than 10 million users in its initial trial weeks. While the platform has already made its presence known within the social networking community,  Page believes it’s only just the beginning. “We have made a good start, but we are at only 1 percent […] More

  • DISA Adds Social Networking to Forge.mil - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    DISA Adds Social Networking to Forge.mil

    The Defense Information Systems Agency has added a new element to its Forge.mil family of services: social networking. Forge.mil Community will help users connect, collaborate, share information and manage content, as well as provide a more holistic view of Forge.mil activities, the agency said in a release. “We knew the community layer would be a […] More

  • NIST Seeks Input on Overhauled Catalog for Federal Information Systems - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    NIST Seeks Input on Overhauled Catalog for Federal Information Systems

    The National Institute of Standards and Technology is seeking comments from the public on its biennial update of the catalog of security controls for the federal government, which provides a series of management, operational and protective measures that can be used by federal agencies to help protect their information systems. The publication in question is […] More

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    Survey: Security Pros 'Stretched Thin' Due to Higher Tech Adoption

    The growing number of technologies implemented by businesses is posing a challenge to information security executives and their staffs, potentially jeopardizing the security of government agencies, corporations and consumers worldwide over the next several years, according to a new study. Conducted by consulting firm Frost & Sullivan, the 2011 (ISC)2 Global Information Security Workforce Study […] More

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