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Army Cloud Email Move Restarting in March

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The Army‘s plan to migrate enterprise email to the cloud will resume in the spring.

Mike Krieger, the Army’s deputy chief information officer, said in a Friday blog post that the Defense Department enterprise email migrations would resume March 17.

Krieger said email migration was paused in January after the National Defense Authorization Act for fiscal year 2012 called on the Army to pause the process in order to address several questions.

Army Secretary John McHugh certified that the Army’s acquisition approach is in the best technical and financial interests of the Army, according to Kreiger.

McHugh’s certification was delivered to Congress on Thursday.

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  1. You cannot call this an enterprise email since only Army has implemented it. How about some truth in advertising…..

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