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Going beyond Facebook and Twitter for the government.
Los Angeles considering moving e-mail and applications to cloud. Proposal triggers security, privacy alarms.
Experts in the field of "virtual worlds" -- the ability to create three-dimensional representations of reality -- say the technology offers great potential to improve the way that some workers in the Federal Government do their jobs.
Researchers are continuing their push toward fully-immersive, virtual reality environments, but much work remains.
Bob Childs, chancellor at the National Defense University's iCollege, describes the new program.
National Defense University's iCollege professor Andy Gravatt explains the lessons on his course syllabus, from communication to risk management.
Harnessing the power of e-mail and the Web, STAR-TIDES has been working since 2007 to pull together some of the best minds in the world to help people and nations during times of natural disaster and crisis. Now, a National Defense University professor said the group is trying to overcome some geo-political limitations to its work.
The war of public opinion has invaded social media, and the Defense Department and other civilian agencies are coming out guns blazing.
Let's face it, meetings are a necessary evil for the federal workforce. But what if you could use a collaboration tool that lets you participate digitally? The next generation of virtual collaboration tools are almost the next best thing to being there.