Military Cloud


In-Q-Tel invests in pair of cloud services providers

AppThwack, Socrata will further intelligence community’s shift to the cloud.

Navy rolls out virtualization plan

Shift to software-based virtual nets would be completed by 2018.

DISA postpones $427M cloud services buy

DISA waits until the fiscal year end to replace their current $700M contract.

In-Q-Tel invests in cloud specialist HyTrust

CIA investor seeks partnership to boost cloud security.

DISA releases request for $427M cloud storage services

The contract will replace a five-year, $700 million contract with Vion Corp.

DISA to negotiate $427M enterprise storage contract

The service will support all DISA supported CONUS and OCONUS sites.

DISA to award $450M for commercial cloud services

The Defense Information Systems Agency seeks commercial IaaS proposals.

The military cloud: Balancing security and accessibility

DOD weighs security and accessibility concerns as it gets ready to send sensitive data into the cloud.

Navy makes enterprise push for cloud computing

The Navy will begin moving its systems that host publicly releasable information to commercial cloud service providers as a first step toward eventually deploying most of its systems to the cloud environment, said Navy CIO Terry Halvorsen.

DISA looks to the cloud for answers to DOD's enterprise

Henry Sienkiewicz, vice chief executive for information assurance at the Defense Information Systems Agency, discusses the benefits of cloud computing and strategies in place for addressing the security challenges associated with it.