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Army CIO G-6

The Fraying Edge: Limits Of The Army’s Global Network

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


The Army wants a single seamless data system from home base to the front line. That’s even harder than it sounds.

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Army Bets Big On Service Contracts To Fix Aging IT

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


The Army’s got lots of really old IT on its bases which may not hold up in a real war.

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Army Pledges To Fix Networks; Skeptics Abound

Posted by Colin Clark on


AUSA: Faced with a grave threat from Russian advances in electronic warfare over the last five years, the US Army really will develop a useful, effective and adaptable tactical network after a decade of missteps and failures. Really. [Click here to download our free ebook on the Army’s network travails] “The urgency of now is… Keep reading →

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Army Pledges To Fix Networks; Skeptics Abound

Posted by Colin Clark on


AUSA: Faced with a grave threat from Russian advances in electronic warfare over the last five years, the US Army really will develop a useful, effective and adaptable tactical network after a decade of missteps and failures. Really. [Click here to download our free ebook on the Army’s network travails] “The urgency of now is… Keep reading →

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Army Chief Milley Turns To Industry For Network Overhaul

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


ARLINGTON: Want to sell information technology to the US Army? Then you need to write this down: Paul.A.Ostrowski.mil@mail.mil. That’s the email of the general seeking industry’s input — historically something of a struggle for the service — as the Army reviews and overhauls its networks. The Army’s long-term goal: a single unified network connecting everything from the… Keep reading →

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Network Upgrades ‘Take Off At Light Speed’: Army CIO

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


ARLINGTON: The digital dam has burst. It took the Army three grueling years to set up a new, more secure network at its first site in San Antonio, which went live in fall 2014. Now a dozen more installations have gotten the upgrade, exulted the Army CIO this morning, and another 20 will go live… Keep reading →

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