Users of the iPhone have had to wait for a version of Microsoft’s Office suite pretty much since the iPhone first came out six years ago. But no longer, as Office Mobile is now available for the iPhone in the iTunes App Store.
The leading ladies of federal technology sat down today at FedTalks 2013 to share their information technology priorities, their work and some best practices for industry trying to work with the federal government.
The Agriculture Department is in the early stages of rolling out a new enterprise mobile device management tool that will allow the department’s more than 100,000 employees to use iOS and Android products on the job.
Robert Palmer, director, information assurance, Department of Homeland Security, discusses federal government mobility in this interview with FedScoopTV.
The House Judiciary Subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property and the Internet held a hearing today on legislation that would legalize cellphone unlocking.
After three straight quarters of increasing growth rates for malware and suspicious web addresses, cybercriminals reverted to tried and true methods of cyberattacks — spam, phishing, etc. — in the first quarter of 2013, according a McAfee’s quarterly report on cyber threats released Monday.
The recent approval of the Samsung Knox to be used on Defense Department networks reflected a paradigm shift in the Defense Information Systems Agency’s business processes, the agency said Friday.
One of the most pressing issues facing government, mobile technology use and the associated privacy and security concerns may have found resolution.
The General Services Administration announced the awarding of a new governmentwide blanket purchase agreement that will allow the federal government to consolidate its wireless service plans and centralize management.
The Defense Information Systems Agency on Friday announced the approval of the Apple iOS 6 Security Technical Implementation Guide or STIG.
The General Services Administration’s Digital Innovation Center released a Mobile Code Catalog that will help federal agencies make content and services available on any device, anytime and anywhere.
Gen. Keith Alexander reiterated his view that the federal government’s network architecture is not defensible against cyber-attacks, but added it can be if rebuilt using the latest cloud-computing technologies.
If government wants to be forward-thinking, it will adopt strategies to deal with a range of technology trends businesses are already taking into account.
In the emerging world of federal mobility, some of the most head-turning developments are on the application side as federal agencies find new ways for employees to work remotely.
You’ve heard of TechStat and PortfolioStat. Well, for the last few months, the Office of Management and Budget has been doing CyberStat sessions, Dr. Andrew Ozment, senior director of cybersecurity at the White House, said Tuesday at McAfee’s Public Sector Summit presented by FedScoop.
Jeffrey Ait, director, public sector — Americas, Good Technology, discusses federal government mobility with FedScoopTV.
Nigel Ballard, director of federal marketing, Intel, discusses federal government mobility with FedScoopTV.
Jim Craft, chief information officer, Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization, discusses federal mobility trends with FedScoopTV and offers his best mobile advice.