NETMOD 2017 will once again connect over 100+ Secretaries, Policy Makers, Chiefs of Staff, Commanders of Joint and International Signal and Network Commands, Program Executive Officers and Industry Directors from across the U.S. and International Network Community to discuss the challenges and success shaping Military Network Modernization for the current dynamic world of conflict and into the future.
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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.
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10 Ways To Modernize IT
The Department of Defenses Chief Information Officer,Teri Takai, introduces the 10-Point Plan for IT Modernization.
Mission Command Center of Excellence Near, Mid & Far-Term GoalsIn the following interview Jeffrey R. Witsken, Director, Mission Command Network Integration Mission Command Center of Excellence, U.S. Army discusses near, mid and far term goals of the Mission Command Center of Excellence as it relates to network modernization, the future of network modernization as it relates to the military within 2-5 years, technologies that will make modern command posts more agile for commanders, and where he sees the most development or acquisition happening in terms of technology.
Command Control & Communications Fiscal Year 2017 Budget RequestThese budget estimates are for the Command Control & Communications (C3) program. Information is coming from the “Operation and Maintenance Overview” document from the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (comptroller) / Chief Financial Officer.
6 ways cloud computing can help create the defense agency of the futureDefense agencies are responsible for some of our government’s most crucial functions – from intelligence gathering and battlefield operations to disaster relief and collaboration with allies. Now, more than ever, the success of these operations depends on access to timely, accurate and comprehensive data.
Growing Logistics Data Demands Lessons Learned for Legacy and Modernized Networks
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.
Determining Requirements of The Future Army Networks
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.
How Geography, Mapping and GIS are Transforming the Military
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.
Untethering Network Access: The All-Wireless Military
Jon Green, CTO, Aruba Government Solutions at Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company presents on how wireless is more secure than wired, solves mobility AND security, and how All-Wireless is finally an option for DoD.
Enabling Joint Information Environment (JIE)
Roger Thorstenson, Director of Strategy and Integration at the Office of the DoD CIO speaks about implementing cloud computing in the DoD, consolidating and sharing data with Joint Regional Security Stacks (JRSS), and the Network Modernization Strategy.
Mission Command Network Vision and Narrative
Jeff Witsken, Chief, Network Integration Branch, Mission Command Center of Excellence, U.S. Army, discusses the future of mission command, the agile process, and Network Operational Architecture / CP Strategy.
Joining Networks: Joint and Coalition Tactics in Cyber Warfare
In this interview, Lt. Col. Patrick King, Assistant Director of Operations, Electronic Warfare, United States Air Force shares his tips for achieving necessary cyber defense tactics between joint and coalition networks as well as his best practices for establishing the security of a tactical network.
Software defining networking for the next generation
Mr. Richard Carlson, Program Manager LSN/MAGIC at the Department of Energy, speaks about the Department of Energy concerning the next generation of networks, projects that the Office of Science is currently involved in, the benefits of incorporating software defining networking into next gen networks, and distributed computing environments, and how the workflows that use them behave.
Are you ready for Army Network Modernization?
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.
Defence Information Systems Agency - Strategic Plan 2015-2020
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.