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Articles by Elizabeth Montalbano
posted in January 2012
Government IT departments at all levels are embracing virtualization, mainly for data center consolidation, survey finds. But they'll have to jump implementation hurdles.
Space agency uses technology to generate up to 100 computerized forecasts to better predict the path and effect of solar storms.
Storage software upgrade caused Military Health System to shut down access to records for a day.
Page delivers education-minded data sets from various federal agencies, visualization tools, classroom resources, applications, and developer tools.
Agency has awarded a $20.76 million contract to CGI Group to host its websites in a public cloud.
Florida, Virginia, and California are using LiveBallot, based on Microsoft's Windows Azure platform, for U.S. 2012 primary elections.
Largest solar storm since 2005 has big potential to disrupt telecommunications, power grid.
Administration plans a series of online events using Google+ Hangout video chat.
GAO criticizes the agency for plan to spend $320 million over 10 years to improve its online services without clearly defining what the changes will be.
An interactive map lets you break down and visualize data from nine industry groups on 2010 emissions in the United States
The Air Force wants ideas on how to out-innovate its adversaries using technologies such as telecommunications, cyber-enhanced rocket engines, and satellites.
California researchers use data released by space agency to discover some of the smallest planets yet orbiting a star beyond the Sun.
Agency seeks ideas on a new enterprise storage infrastructure to replace aging systems.
Survey suggests a faster and wider shift to a mobile government workforce than anticipated, Bluetext says.
Federal standards organization NIST seeks participants for upcoming conference that will focus on search techniques for large, challenging data collections.
At CES 2012, Raytheon is showing off mobile units with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and other capabilities; plans call for installation in 2,400 LASD vehicles.
IBM, Lockheed Martin, and HP will help the military consolidate data centers and provision IT via a private cloud.
Upgraded system supports 50,000 calls per hour, a volume that's nine times higher than was logged during the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
Personnel in the Air Force Special Operations Unit will begin accessing flight information and technical manuals on mobile devices.
Official site for federal government CIOs will be moved over to new hardware to avoid such disruptions in the future, OMB says.
Code.nasa.gov will showcase the agency's open-source projects and invite public engagement.
Agency wants to send mini robots into space to recycle and reuse antennas from more than 1,300 dormant satellites in geostationary orbit above the earth.
Generates digital mosaics from scanned images taken aboard early 1970s moon missions.