Army Modernizes With an Eye Toward Defensewide Efforts
The service's CIO shares that signal and cyber forces must join with industry to maintain information technology dominance. The U.S. Army is working to team with industry and the other services to update its information technologies amid a greater emphasis on cyber. A multiyear plan establishing short- and long-term goals serves as the campaign map, but obstacles remain if the Army is to achieve its aims.
Army Releases Commercial Cloud Policy
WASHINGTON D.C. (July 30, 2015) The Army recently released a policy for migration to commercial cloud service providers. This policy complements the successful release of the Army Cloud Strategy in March, and for the first time provides a defined path for acquiring and using Commercial Cloud Services Providers (CSPs).
Enterprise Email: Reducing Mailbox Size to under 4GB
For information about how to validate your mailbox size, and steps on how to reduce it if necessary, click here.
UPDATED: AKO Email Forwarding Now extended to 30 Sept.
As many as 1.5 million email users in the Army today have set their AKO email accounts to forward, either to their enterprise email account or another government account. Likewise, over 700 applications use AKO addresses to maintain their user databases and send notifications out to their customers. Ending all forwarding of mail to AKO addresses as planned, on 30 June 2015, would significantly impact the operations of the Army, both stateside and overseas.
Army integrates tactical vehicles for fall assessments
FORT BLISS, Texas (Aug. 4, 2015) -- Imagine large Army tactical vehicles as far as the eye can see--that is the current state of the Integration Motor Pool at Fort Bliss, Texas. As preparation continues for this fall's Network Integration Evaluation 16.1/Army Warfighter Assessment, or NIE 16.1/AWA, hundreds of vehicles including Strykers, Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicles and command post vehicles are receiving installations of the Army's latest tactical communications systems.
The Army Cloud Computing Strategy
WASHINGTON D.C. (March 25, 2015) The Army announces the launch of The Army Cloud Computing Strategy that is designed to establish and communicate the Army’s vision and approach for transitioning to a cloud-enabled network, to improve mission and business effectiveness, increase operational information technology (IT) efficiencies and protect Army data and infrastructure.
 
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  A secure, integrated, standards-based environment that ensures uninterrupted global access and enables collaboration and decisive action throughout all operational phases across all environments.  
 
                       
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