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There’s a Better Way to Treat Your Tech Addiction Than Hiding Your Phone and Laptop

March 23 We should learn to design and engage with it in ways that support our emotional well-being.

Apps That Organize Your Digital Life

March 21 Spring cleaning for your smartphone.

More Feds Telework Than Ever Despite Managers' Resistance

March 20 Issues with documentation and data integrity are preventing successful teleworking operations.

Robots Are Coming to Your Home: Here's What to Expect

March 17 Robots hitting the market soon might one day be a part of your family.

Alexa Is Coming to the iPhone

March 17 Siri has some competition.

Visa Wants to Let You Pay for Stuff With Your Sunglasses

March 16 The glasses would work like a preloaded payment card.

This Smartphone Can Break Your Smartphone Addiction

March 15 Fewer apps, less distraction.

Your Hot Hands Can Give Away Your Smartphone PIN

March 11 Thermal images reveal what parts of the screen were tapped, even after it’s left untouched for 30 seconds.

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    The United States has turned a corner on the adoption of mobile phones, tablets and other smart devices, outpacing traditional desktop and laptop sales by a wide margin. This issue brief discusses the state of wireless and mobility in federal government and outlines why now is the time to embrace these technologies in government.

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    Federal government networks are under constant attack, and the number of those attacks is increasing. This issue brief discusses today's threats and a new model for the future.

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    Here’s one indication that times have changed: Harriet Tubman is going to be the next face of the twenty dollar bill. Another sign of change? The way in which the federal government arrived at that decision.

  • Software-Defined Networking

    So many demands are being placed on federal information technology networks, which must handle vast amounts of data, accommodate voice and video, and cope with a multitude of highly connected devices while keeping government information secure from cyber threats. This issue brief discusses the state of SDN in the federal government and the path forward.

  • The New IP: Moving Government Agencies Toward the Network of The Future

    Federal IT managers are looking to modernize legacy network infrastructures that are taxed by growing demands from mobile devices, video, vast amounts of data, and more. This issue brief discusses the federal government network landscape, as well as market, financial force drivers for network modernization.


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