Lt. Gen. John N.T. “Jack” Shanahan noted that AI could help DoD maximize the benefits of the agency’s data, adding that cloud is best for handling such information effectively.
Capt. Michael Kanaan added that he hopes AI becomes as ubiquitous as horsepower across the entirety of America’s armed forces.
The Defense Department took steps toward overhauling antiquated software acquisition processes and moving toward a modern software-based IT strategy.
The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) could see its responsibilities and workforce siphoned off to other agencies over the next few years.
Across vast geographies and with the scope of millions of people, DoD needs to individually serve each warfighter.
To share intelligence data, protect warfighters and meet critical mission goals, the Department needs multiple IT resources.
The Department of Defense created Comply to Connect (C2C) as a way to secure its growing array of network endpoints. Let’s discuss how that works.
By investing in enterprise-scale hybrid cloud, federal agencies, particularly DoD, can consolidate their workloads without cutting off resources and stifling application performance
The Defense Department (DoD) has a new cloud strategy that focuses on the U.S. military having the edge over America’s adversaries on information.
DoD needs modern technology that makes it easier for warfighters to access data and manage critical applications. Hybrid cloud fits that bill.