Webcasts


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The DOD Workforce: Leveraging the Mobile Advantage

Without a doubt, mobility has become a critical component of the defense workforce. Organizations are looking to leverage the latest generation of mobile technology to provide their employees with ready access to the information and applications they need to do their jobs. But mobile initiatives must be undertaken with an eye towards privacy, security and performance. This is especially the case when employees are using the same device to access both professional and personal resources. In this webcast, Dr. Ray Letteer, Chief of the Cyber Security Division at the U.S. Marine Corps, will discuss how defense organizations can address these issues.


Reinventing DOD's IT Infrastructure

As CIO of the U.S. Pacific Command, Randy Cieslak has emerged as one of the Defense Department's pioneers in modernizing the IT infrastructure, improving both the performance and security of defense networks. In this webcast, Cieslak, a winner of a 2014 Federal 100 award, will offer insights into how defense organizations can take full advantage of recent advances in IT and network solutions to support their critical operations.


Rethinking Client-to-Cloud Security with Hardware Root of Trust

For government agencies, there is a constant and growing tension between the need to share data and the need to protect it. On one hand, not sharing data is generally not an option: Agencies need to have the ability to put information into the hands of those who need it. On the other hand, they need to ensure that data is accessible only by authorized individuals. Often, agencies have worked around this problem by outfitting employees with multiple computers, each system used to access data on a different network.

Duration: 1HR


The Evolution of ISR: How to Leverage the Full Power of IP-based Networking

This webcast will explore how interconnecting these networks and extending them into the tactical domain requires evolving the set of features and capabilities available in networking components and radio systems to provide for robust, effective and dynamic tactical internetworks.

Duration: 1HR


Big Data in the Defense Community: A Strategy for Building a Seamless, Collaborative Operating Picture

U.S. defense agencies are implementing Big Data analytics to deliver real-time information that is synchronized and consistent, and which can be used to develop a common operating picture across military services. Dr. Robert Bonneau, program manager of the Air Force Office of Scientific Research, will discuss a variety of subjects related to Big Data and the defense community.

Duration: 1 HR


Secure Mobility: Taking Situational Awareness to the Tactical Edge

In this webcast, Robert Scott Jack, Deputy Director and Deputy CIO, C4 at Headquarters Marine Corps will share how the organization is enabling mobile technologies in tactical environments. Further, Mr. Jack will explore policy implications for enabling communications infrastructure and technology.

Duration: 1 HR


Improving Performance Management and Project Control to Meet Cost/Schedule Milestones in DoD Procurement

It can be nearly impossible to build annual budgets that consider forecasted project and program work plans along with detailed cost data, particularly when attempting to reconcile actual and projected program costs with actual schedule performance. In this webcast, a defense IT program manager will share best practices and hard-won lessons aligning critical data on project performance, cost systems and schedules for truly big picture program management insight.

Duration: 1HR


Transforming Military Logistics with Defense Analytics

Data analytics is the "information transformer" for many military and DoD agencies, bringing relevant data together to improve timeliness, effectiveness, and accuracy of decisions and decision-making. Join this online event and hear leading defense industry experts and 1105 Government Information Group editors discuss how an enterprise-wide logistics system can improve organizations.

Duration: 1 hour