Featured Government Content

  1. Supreme Court Ruling Says GPS Tracking Is A Search And Requires A Warrant
    4/20/2015

    The Supreme Court ruled government use of GPS trackers is a search and therefore requires a warrant, according to its ruling on Torrey Dale Grady v. North Carolina. In a short, but unanimous ruling, the Court clarified how the Fourth Amendment interacts with the expanding technological capabilities of the federal government.

  2. Progress Continues To Decrease Tech Interoperability Challenges For Government Agencies, First Responders
    4/17/2015

    Federal and local agencies and first responders face the task of carrying out their missions while also negotiating serious challenges raised by limited interoperability and compatibility of video surveillance systems, according to Security InfoWatch.

  3. 6 Security Laws And Standards IT Solutions Providers Should Know
    4/13/2015

    In order to help your IT clients understand security, you must understand the laws and standards that apply to their sectors. Here are six security laws, provided in an infographic from SysCloud that you should know.

  4. Study Finds Only 41 Percent Of Feds Consider Cloud Part Of Overall IT Strategy
    4/10/2015

    A study by Meritalk finds, despite a majority (62 percent) of federal agencies in 2010 that reported they would move to cloud-based computing within five years, in a recent poll, just 41 percent of Feds see cloud as an integral component of their overall IT strategy.

  5. Study Suggests Disregarding Federal IT Procurement Rules Can Affect Competitiveness
    3/20/2015

    A report released by Government Business Council (GBC) and sponsored by Brocade suggests that inadequate attention to IT procurement regulations may be more common and have a more serious impact on market competitiveness than previously thought, according to a press release.

  6. Report Highlights How Tech Convergence Could Redefine The Federal Landscape
    3/11/2015

    Creating IT Futures, the philanthropic arm of CompTIA, has released the Federal Technology Convergence Commission Report to the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP), highlighting how converged technologies could redefine government communication, cooperation, and the way federal agencies address the nation’s most significant issues.

  7. Feds And First Responders Create Public Safety LTE Network
    3/6/2015

    Your government IT clients in public safety can benefit from a new partnership between the U.S.

  8. Government IT News For VARs 2-25-15: Public Safety LTE Network Emerges
    2/25/2015

    In the news, a new public safety long-term evolution (LTE) network emerges in Boston, Google opposes an amendment to allow feds to use remote hacking, and critics warn that federal law lags behind drone technology. Also, federal agencies are choosing network functions virtualization (NFV).

  9. Government IT News For VARs 2-18-15: Connected Vehicles And Cybersecurity
    2/18/2015

    In news this week, a report reveals that technology in automobiles leaves them vulnerable to hacks, President Barack Obama unveils his new cybersecurity plan, the FAA released its small drone rules, and police body cam legislation in Florida faced some roadblocks.

  10. Public Sector Information Governance Coalition Formed
    2/13/2015

    A group of organizations, compiled by ARMA International, that represents the information management and governance community recently announced the formation of the Coalition for Public Sector Information Governance Leadership.

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