Military Cloud


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.

DOD cloud computing strategy a public-private collaboration

The Defense Department's strategy seeking to clarify the transition to cloud computing has cast a net wide enough to include commercial solutions.

Not every cloud has a silver lining

The public and shared cloud markets pose perhaps the greatest challenge when it comes to cybersecurity.

Army extends ManTech's work on DCGS-A

ManTech International has won a $45 million task order to continue furnishing key services for the Army's primary system for processing and sharing intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance data gathered from manned and unmanned sensor platforms.

Common intelligence community cloud to go live in March, says Clapper

Data users in the intelligence community will have access to a common desktop and common cloud-based network starting in March, says DNI James Clapper.

DOD strives to match military applications to commercial clouds

Security considerations may limit the number of military applications moving to the cloud, but some applications are eligible for migration.

DOD can benefit from private-sector cloud experience, say industry execs

The private sector has a lot of experience the Defense Department can exploit to speed efforts to secure computer networks from attack, according to industry executives.