Jimmie Adkins, the vice president of federal for Ruckus Networks, said 5G and CBRS will change the way agencies use connected devices and enable a faster, more secure network.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Office of Personnel Management says it’s closely monitoring agencies’ use of the student loan repayment program in a tough budget environment.
InnovateOhio calls for more effective data sharing among agencies, an easy-to-use website, a sophisticated identity and access management system and completion of data center consolidation initiative by early next year.
Federal agencies are starting to modernize into the 5G landscape and to do that they need to take into account all of those security lessons. However, the next generation network will also add new aspects to tighten security.
Dana Laake and her special guest Theodora Scarato will discuss health concerns around cell phones, wireless devices and 5G network technology.
San Jose, California, in the heart of Silicon Valley, has made no small plans when it comes to the deployment of 5G mobility technology.
The fifth generation of mobile technology, 5G, promises federal agencies faster speed for data transmissions, lower latency for better performance, and greater connectivity with more devices.
Bloomberg Government’s Rob Levinson joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin to break down the Pentagon’s turn to industry for guidance on 5G technology.
On this EXTRA episode, we speak with Jack McDougle, President and CEO at Greater Washington Board of Trade, and Chuck Bean, Executive Director at Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments, about the recent innovations in 5G technology, and how these advancements can assist both the average person and the most dedicated entrepreneurs in the region.
The Defense Department will audit contractor cybersecurity in the next year and a half, says Ellen Lord, DoD undersecretary for acquisition and sustainment.