The security of mobile devices used by defense personnel and warfighters is a high-stakes game in which compromised data can put lives on the line.
Small teams of analysts are using software to sort through intelligence data and find elusive targets for warfighters.
The intersection of new technologies has resulted in giant leaps forward in the development of powerful and lightweight equipment for special operations forces.
The Defense Information Systems Agency will soon award a contract for the day-to-day operations and support of the Defense Information Systems Network and its Global Information Grid networks.
The Defense Information Systems Agency is using cloud computing to build an enterprise infrastructure across the Defense Department.
NATO members are partnering on a satellite constellation to serve troops around the world.
The Defense Department is increasingly turning to commercial satellite providers to relay messages and images for networked warfighters.
To ensure that newly developed technologies can share data, the military must conduct plenty of testing in labs and field situations.