Recent events in Egypt and elsewhere around the world reveal the power of information networks.
The military's No. 1 modernization priority, the network, will receive no new funding for at least the next year -- and perhaps much longer.
The tactical network's ability to facilitate collaboration, collect and fuse intelligence, and flatten the organizational structure will bring true efficiency to U.S. forces and their allies.
The U.S. military can further its organizational and networking objectives in the realm of joint operations by sharing lessons learned.
Former IBM Chairman and CEO Louis Gerstner describes to Army personnel what it takes to transform an institution. Also: Introducing Defense Systems’ new editor.
Defense Systems adopts a more strategically targeted tagline beginning this month, as the defense magazine for knowledge technologies and net-enabled warfare rather than net-centric warfare.
The Department of Defense is coming to grips with a new contested environment: Deciding which projects, products and services must be cut to achieve $100 billion in defense savings during the next five years.
With Cyber Command finally getting its first commander — and one with the smarts and expertise of Gen. Keith Alexander — work can begin moving forward in earnest to tackle the tough questions that confront us in the cyber era.