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The more data center managers know about extending the life of their equipment and infrastructure, the better prepared they’ll be to influence the procurement process and take advantage of funds that do become available.
Review of the Defense Department's massive cloud contract is on "no firm timeline," according to DOD Secretary Mark Esper.
With support and funding from squadron innovation funds, the 57th Munitions Squadron at Nellis Air Force Base sourced the Qless solution and adapted it so staff on base, their dependents, retirees and contractors can remotely get in line to make adjustments to their insurance coverage.
The 5G ecosystem, with its dense small-cell infrastructure, software-defined capabilities and interconnected devices, requires a redefined cyber strategy, a new report says.
As emergency responders arrive in the Bahamas to help rescue and recovery efforts after Hurricane Dorian, they need ways to track their assets on the ground.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) is concerned that a wireless network operated by the Mexican company Altan will interfere with public safety communications near El Paso.
Frontera -- the fifth-most powerful supercomputer in the world and the fastest at any U.S. university -- made its official debut Sept. 3 at the Texas Advanced Computing Center at the University of Texas at Austin.
The Defense Enterprise Office Solutions contract will move as many as 3.15 million DOD users and systems to the Microsoft Office 365 platform.
The contract will ensure key stakeholders have access to priority telecommunications services in the event of a major disaster, terrorist attack or act of war.
Organizations that embrace a dependable backup and recovery solution are more secure and resilient in the face of cyberthreats, operational outages and other disruptions.
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