The Defense Information Systems Agency released some helpful information for those migrating to a cloud environment.
The Mobile User Objective System, the military’s next-generation narrowband military satellite communications system, is capable of providing secure voice, text and data in the most austere environments on Earth.
As military equipment becomes more complex, it must be matched by an advanced model for asset acquisition, management and ownership.
The Army is looking for a Next Generation Game training solution that will provide various degrees of immersion for small to medium units in a shared environment.
The Defense Information Systems Agency will be enforcing the enterprise email storage limits in an effort to make the Army system as a whole more faster and efficient.
The Defense Information Systems Agency recently released a new draft of security standards as the Defense Department moves to a cloud environment.
SecureVue Auditor License offers a portable software solution for Defense Department IT network audits.
The Department of Defense has recently approved derived public key infrastructure credentials on BlackBerry devices.
The Navy has a three-step plan to better predict patterns in the rapidly changing Arctic.
Early project planning, establishment of clear requirements and realistic expectations and continual customer engagement are the hallmarks of a holistic lifecycle software support that saves big dollars.
The tailored version of Microsoft's cloud-based productivity suite will include improved email, instant messaging, desktop voice/video communications and user storage capabilities.
Following successful tests, the Army will use Very Small Aperture Terminals to provide Internet access in the field to the Global Combat Support Systems-Army.