Featured Government Content

  1. Why Market Leaders Are Turning To Machine Learning

    As the Internet of Things explodes, so do opportunities for machine learning. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  2. Regulations For Commercial Drone Use Released By FAA

    Regulations create new opportunities for business and government to use drones By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  3. US DOT Smart City Challenge Promises $50 Million To Winning City

    Contest is designed to promote the deployment of intelligent transportation.

  4. Roddy Launches VAR/ISV Consulting Business

    I typically fill our blog with advice on tech trends and business topics. Today’s post is of a more personal nature. After more than 17 years with Jameson Publishing (formerly Corry Publishing), Jim Roddy, president of Business Solutions, speaker, and author of Hire Like You Just Beat Cancer, has left the magazine to pursue a new business venture.

  5. Helping CISOs Overcome Cybersecurity Solution Fatigue

    Report provides strategic recommendations to ensure optimal security.

  6. Utah Leads Move Towards Large-Scale Cloud Purchasing Agreement Through NASPO

    Cooperative agreement clears path to cloud services for more than 30 states.

  7. POS, Payment Processing, Data Collection, And IP Video News

    Datacap Systems has released TranCloud, a new EMV-enabled payments solution for mobile and browser-based POS providers. Engineered specifically for mobile/browser POS, Datacap’s cloud approach with small footprint hardware allows POS systems to process transactions through a variety of payment processors while simultaneously driving a range of PIN pad hardware from leading OEMs — all via the cloud.

  8. Demystifying Russian Ransomware Campaigns

    Flashpoint research on organized Russian ransomware highlights campaign methods and targets.

  9. IT Teams Responding To Rise Of Intelligent Machines

    Survey examines the impact of intelligent business systems and automation.

  10. Beat Ransomware Once And For All

    It’s no secret businesses need to defend against ransomware attacks, but according to Carbonite Chief Evangelist Norman Guadagno, they need to be able to respond effectively and efficiently to them as well. For the unfamiliar, ransomware is a type of malware that infects a computer, restricting access of the infected system in some way. The actor(s) who infect the system hold it hostage in exchange for payment, presenting a particularly severe problem for businesses.