Military Cloud


Boots on the ground, intell in the cloud

Cloud computing has revolutionized how the federal government stores and accesses data, but now the Army is taking it all the way to Afghanistan.

Grant Schneider, deputy director of information management and CIO at the Defense Intelligence Agency

Agile intelligence is the name of the game at DIA

Grant Schneider, deputy director of information management and CIO at the Defense Intelligence Agency, discusses IT transformation, security and collaborative intelligence, and cloud computing.

DISA outlines major network and enterprise initiatives

The Defense Information Systems Agency is using cloud computing to build an enterprise infrastructure across the Defense Department.

Shifting cyber landscape presents risks, offers opportunities

Data and computing power have become so mobile that cybersecurity must focus on protecting information rather than infrastructure, government and industry officials say.

Harris alliance targets government thirst for cloud

An alliance spearheaded by Harris Corp. aims to accelerate adoption of cloud computing by government agencies by developing tgechnologies that ensure the security of data.

Gary Winkler

Army aims for maximum return from cloud investment

Gary Winkler, Army program executive officer for enterprise information systems, discusses the PEO's first Senior Executive Service-level deputy, cloud computing and Army enterprise resource planning.

Cyber warfare gets major billing at RSA event

With the establishment of the U.S. Cyber Command and the emergence of WikiLeaks wikiwars, the new domain in warfare overtakes cloud computing as this year’s hot security topic.

Army pursuing high-tech data sharing at the tactical edge

The Army is pursuing new technology for sharing information amid the challenges of the combat theater.

M86

M86 network device stops enemies at the gate

With the M86 Secure Web Gateway v10.0 in place, government networks are locked down tight.

Army presses forward with e-mail move

The Army will start moving user accounts to its new enterprise e-mail service this month and expects to finish the job for 1.6 million accounts by year's end.