The Defense Department's cautious approach to a private cloud seeks to maximize deployment, security and cost advantages.
The Army picks up speed in its move to enterprise e-mail after a pause earlier this year.
A new class of cyber weapons, like Stuxnet, will have a long-term impact on critical infrastructure protection policy, experts at the Defense Systems Summit said.
Strides in cloud computing are being made even as budget woes and other challenges weigh heavily on defense IT.
DOD is finding that the old security techniques, which weren't that great anyway, won't be enough in the dynamic world of the cloud.
DARPA's Mission-oriented Resilient Clouds program seeks to protect cloud networks vital to military missions.
The eyes of all the military services are on DISA and its efforts to develop a private cloud of enterprise services for enhanced communication and collaboration across the Defense Department.
The announcement of the closure of Defense Knowledge Online is furthering uncertainty over the future of DOD's online portals and enterprise services. Here's a quick look at some of the numbers.
With the right strategies and considerations, cloud solutions can drive efficiency and improve operations, federal officials say.
The Defense Information Services Agency's road to enterprise services begins with consolidation of the Defense Department's disparate e-mail systems that hinder net-centric operations and cross-organizational collaboration.