DEPS 2.0 gives users customizable choice for collaboration, and plenty of storage.
The Distributed Common Ground System-Army is complex and unstable, and soldiers receive scant training on the system, according to units quoted a memo.
The service begins its migration with 7,800 unclassified accounts and 1,300 mobile devices.
Navy CIO Terry Halvorsen cites three technology areas that can help the military save money while achieving its goals.
The mushrooming use of private clouds, big data and tools such as software defined networking makes effective network management more important than ever.
The service’s push toward a commoditized infrastructure will rely on standards that will meet info-sharing needs, protect data and systems, and cut costs, Brig. Gen. Kimberly Crider said.
DISA and the services are working to synchronize efforts toward developing, fielding a Joint Information Environment that promotes interoperability.
AppThwack, Socrata will further intelligence community’s shift to the cloud.
Shift to software-based virtual nets would be completed by 2018.
DISA waits until the fiscal year end to replace their current $700M contract.