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Success Story: Adobe Connect Solution to facilitate collaboration and peer engagement across Department of Defense: Whitepaper

In June 2007, DISA awarded Defense Connect Online (DCO), a two-part Adobe Connect solution for collaboration and engagement across DoD global operations. Two different systems comprise the Adobe Connect implementation, one for the unclassified network, and one for the classified network. A pre-release version of DCO was tested over a five-month period and went live in April 2008, enabling deployed troops, supporting personnel, and military leaders to collaborate effortlessly across locations worldwide. Read more about how DISA enabled secure collaboration with Adobe Connect.

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