Federal government's mobile gallery on USA.gov served as inspiration for the state-only collection of more than 160 apps.
Yahoo breach could have compromised 10% of all Yahoo user credentials. Meanwhile, Syrian Electronic Army targets The Financial Times.
Ireland's capital teams up with IBM to use real-time data to streamline bus traffic.
Defense Department and Google pilot test seeks more secure ways to authenticate users on commercial cloud services.
The most influential and accomplished public sector IT leaders find ways to innovate while being cost efficient.
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