Even as the future of the Defense Department's CIO office remains uncertain, Teri Takai is hard at work hammering out military cloud strategies and critical partnerships.
A House subcommittee hesitates to fund e-mail migration until the Army shows its homework.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is looking to develop a resilient cloud computing services infrastructure to support various military missions.
Two significant events with a bearing on military cloud computing occurred on the same day in the latter half of April.
The Defense Intelligence Information Enterprise represents a formal system of exploitation, analysis, production and dissemination of intelligence across the Defense Department and intelligence agencies.
Major cloud projects will roll out in the public and private sectors over the course of the next 18 months.
IT staffs confronted with providing unlimited capacities for warfighter data face a daunting task.
Establishing standards and processes for data sharing and cloud computing can cut agency costs and boost security.
The enterprise e-mail initiative that the Army is implementing through DISA is moving forward with costs contained, despite some struggles along the way, DOD officials say.
Intelligent Software Solutions Inc. will help the Defense Department -- under an Air Force task order worth $49.9 million -- improve situational awareness within the U.S. Central Command and create a cloud-based system to share data across various branches.