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A Google spokesman said he company plans to enhance it apps with functions already offered by Postini, an email security company owned by Google.
Google has sent out messages to some of its search engine users warning them they may be victims of a government-sponsored cyber attack.
Marius Milner wrote code that captured personal data from millions of people during Google's Street View project. Google employees drove vehicles up and down the nation's streets, making videos.
The agency announced it awarded Onix, the company which protested the 2010 contract, a $35 million deal to provide email-as-a-service to 92,000 employees. Under the terms of the deal, Onix must fully migrate Interior employees to the cloud by December.
The Defense Department says it's fast-tracking the construction of an infrastructure that will support future mobile devices in the military. A network that can securely support Apple and Android devices should be fully up and running by next year, while a secure app store will be online within a couple months.
Agencies and companies can use CAPTCHA to make sure only people, and not bots, access certain websites.
Cloudera CEO Mike Olson joins host John Gilroy to talk about how his company can help you with big data.
February 14, 2012
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The department released a new RFP asking for a host of services. Interior made an award in 2010 to a Microsoft provider only to see a Google provider protest and eventually force the agency to pull back the contract.
January 31st, 2012
The federal government has a new "cloud first" technology policy, meaning that IT systems should be using web-based applications hosted by trusted vendors whenever a secure, reliable, cost-effective cloud option exists. All agencies must move at least 3 systems "to the cloud" by mid-2012. Email and workplace collaboration applications are among the most popular early choices of applications being moved to the cloud, with a number of agencies already successfully moving to web-based email. Which agencies are leading the way, and what can other federal employees learn from their experience? Join us for a discussion on Federal News Radio to learn more.