Surprisingly, there are other more pressing concerns and barriers for intelligence agencies moving to the cloud.
Industry experts estimate the Army should save millions in IT costs after its recently awarded Army Private Cloud contract is fully implemented.
Doug Wiltsie discusses closer cooperation with the private sector on procurement, cloud computing and biometrics.
The U.S. intelligence community knows one thing: It is moving to the cloud. But it could be a tough road ahead getting there.
Grant Schneider, DIA's deputy director for information management and CIO, discusses the path toward common links between the intelligence agencies.
The service is in the process of completing sensor capabilities for ships and aircraft that have been under development for the past decade, and is even considering a private cloud hosting system, among other IT upgrades.
The Defense Department's research arm is funding an effort to develop a cloud computing environment that can repair itself after a cyberattack.
Dan DelGrosso, director of Naval Networks and Enterprise Services, discusses Navy IT efficiencies, cloud computing and enterprise services.
The Army's Enterprise e-mail may be temporarily paused, but it still offers financial clarity and is pushing defense IT innovation, the deputy Army CIO said.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency's $2.8 billion budget would be cut only $1.4 million under the Obama administration's fiscal 2013 budget, less than a half-percentage point drop.