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Michael Krieger: Army Near Finish Line on Cloud Email Move

Michael Krieger
Michael Krieger

Army Deputy Chief Information Officer Michael Krieger said the branch expects to complete the migration of its enterprise email service by the end of this week, FCW reported Wednesday.

Amber Corrin writes that the Army aims to transition 100,000 users on the classified SIPRNet and 1.5 million users in the unclassified NIPRNet from the Army’s components and related agencies.

Earlier in March, the Defense Information Systems Agency announced that 1 million users from the Army’s Joint Staff, U.S. European Command and Africa Command have moved to the new cloud-based email system.

The Army selected DISA in 2010 to manage the service’s transition to cloud-based email.

 

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