See where the next generation of our military network is headed, learn about the different ways to modernize your IT, and get the exclusive presentation by Mr. Jeffrey R. Witsken, Mission Command Center of Excellence on their Vision & Narrative.
Ms. Debbie McLemore-Baugh, Division Chief at U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command, speaks about logistics delivering the right supplies at the right time at the point of need and its about having the right data. She also discusses the logistics transaction landscape, the data movement growth of 2015 - 2020, and an explanation of logistic challenges in a complex landscape.
The implementation of CS13/14 is upon us. The technology will serve as the backbone of the BCT communication package as it’s rolled out during the next four to five years. These future variations are staring us down.
DISA, the provider for defensive cyberspace and IT combat support for the DoD. Has strategic goals to be accomplished within the years of 2015-2020. Some of these include providing global infrastructure, providing mission partner and leadership support, providing command and control and enabling cyberspace sovereignty. See more of DISA's plan to improve the department of defense's IT security.
This presentation provided by Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) includes the TRADOC pamphlet for science and technology, and army operating concept. Also the army network campaign plan, what industry can provide, what the requirements are for the army and smart devices on the battlefield.
Tom Smedley, Army Account Manager, presents on "The Age of the Location Platform," and discusses putting actionable intelligence into the hands of those that need it with GIS. Organizing and managing the geographic context of your assets, resources, and data. And being able to access your information anywhere at anytime on any device.
Businesses today depend upon IT to drive innovation and accelerate past competitors. While each organization may have their own unique definition of innovation, many of the elements remain common: getting closer to customers to help deliver business goals, delivering more compelling services than key competitors and making an increasingly mobile workforce more productive and effective. IT is further challenged by the need to deliver all of this more rapidly than ever and with tight budget constraints while still supporting service levels for performance, governance and security.