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Advances in cloud technology are making data and applications increasingly interoperable between clouds.
The Defense Department's general purpose cloud will drive data analytics and artificial intelligence capabilities to the edge, where they can be used in combat and strategic settings.
Delays to the Pentagon's Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure cloud program could slow the Defense Department's work with artificial intelligence and other emerging technologies and damage military readiness.
The Pentagon is looking at facilities and use cases for large-scale experimentation and prototyping of 5G applications and spectrum sharing.
Fifty years ago, a UCLA computer science professor and his student sent the first message over the predecessor to the internet, a network called ARPANET.
Government-specific solutions can simplify implementation and improve productivity even as they incorporate advanced technologies.
A cloud-based tool lets communities inventory and calculate their greenhouse gas emissions, generate forecasts and monitor communitywide climate mitigation efforts.
Secretary of Defense Mark Esper will not be making decisions on the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure contract because his son works at one of the original bidders.
These valuable repositories remain exposed to an increasing amount of cyber attacks and data breaches.
Agencies must implement visibility, protective controls and continuous monitoring to mitigate the introduction of new risk from the industrial environment to the agency’s IT network.
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