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GCN : May 2016
WishList Tech we hope to see in the public sector DNA storage Storing data — in growing quantities, for ever-longer durations and with rapid retrieval — is a challenge that could be addressed with DNA. Scientists at the University of Washington have tested a system that allows for true random access (a stumbling block for previous DNA-based experiments), can maintain integrity for 2,000 years and stores data several million times more densely than traditional digital technologies — all in a tiny drop of DNA. 58 GCN MAY 2016 • GCN.COM Virtualized web browsing Standard web browsers and typical users can make for a risky combination, yet closing off the Internet is not really a security option for most agencies. Authentic8’s Silo solution shifts the browser from the desktop to the cloud, where secure containers keep the user insulated and — if desired — anonymous. Immersive video Virtual and augmented reality technology has real potential for training and other public-sector missions, but capturing the imagery to create those immersive experiences is no small task. Facebook’s Surround 360 camera and stitching code can help — and both are being open-sourced this summer to reduce the barriers to entry. What new technologies do you think GCN readers should learn more about? Tell us on Twitter: @GCNtech #GCNwishlist. 0516gcn_058.indd 58 4/28/16 8:05 AM
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