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.
Learn how hyperscale commercial cloud can help DoD agencies make the most of cloud solutions.
A lean and mean Department of Defense doesn’t mean anything if we don’t have the technologies and the capabilities required.
Advanced cybersecurity solutions that baseline normal activity automatically and identifies suspicious traffic patterns are important because people can no longer react quickly enough to keep up with the onslaught of attacks.
Learn more about the AFCEA Washington, D.C. chapter and traditions on display at their 41st Winter Gala.
As the landscape of war changes, the DoD must adapt with it. In order to do this, the Department is making changes in the way it approaches technology, the workforce, and overall operations.
As new threats against the homeland develop, the DoD must expand on its traditional capabilities to effectively counter these threats. In order to reduce vulnerabilities at the Department, technology, workforce, and operations innovation must occur.