Outdated IT networks can’t fully reap the benefits of new technologies like mobility, cloud, social networking and big data analytics. But without those modern tools, the joint forces are limited in their ability to serve the men and women who protect our country and its citizens.
At a recent luncheon in Arlington, Virginia, an all-female panel gave perspective and advice to younger women in the audience.
The military, like any other organization, is always evolving. This means, however, that the network that was developed for previous warfare environments and that worked decades ago doesn’t meet current needs, let alone future warfighting needs
From cloud access point-as-a-service (CAP) to mobile enterprises, to transforming its travel systems, DoD is going digital with full force.
This article discusses who needs to obtain and maintain Facilities Engineering (FE) credentialing; why FE certification is necessary and provides information on how to earn the FE certifications.
To improve network agility, defense agencies should consider multi-domain service orchestration (MDSO). Learn what MDSO is and how it can help improve network agility.
Moving to software-defined networking (SDN) can help defense agencies improve mission responsiveness and decrease costs. Learn how.
For defense agencies to fulfill mission-critical needs, their IT professionals need the right management and monitoring tools and processes. Learn how network connectivity can help.
For today’s DoD, navigating ever-evolving challenges — like cyberwarfare, the Internet of Things and big data — requires strong leadership that embodies such qualities. Learn this retired Army Colonel’s insights on leadership and the future of DoD.
With an increased revenue for Fiscal Year 2018, learn what the DoD’s top priorities are.