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Michael Basla: Air Force Wants to Bolster IT Governance

The Air Force wants to centralize the management of its information technology services and is finalizing its transition to a Defense Department enterprise email system, FCW reported Wednesday. Amber Corrin writes the branch will reshape its organizational approach in an effort to give IT leadership more power over strategic and …

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Army Wraps Up Cloud Email Move; Michael Krieger Comments

The U.S. Army has completed the migration of its email service to a cloud computing infrastructure, aiming to save $380 million in costs by 2017, the Army Press Service reported Tuesday. Margaret McBride writes the Department of Defense Enterprise Email program resulted from an initiative started two years ago to update …

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Army No. 2 CIO: Enterprise Email Move Back On

The Army has restarted its move to the Pentagon’s enterprise mail service, the Army’s deputy chief information officer announced Tuesday in a blog post. Mike Krieger wrote that Army Secretary John McHugh certified to Congress that the Army’s approach to is in its best interests technically and financially. McHugh also …

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Teri Takai: Air Force, Navy Moving to DISA Cloud Email Soon

The Defense Information Systems Agency set plans to be the Pentagon’s lead cloud computing platforms provider in January and more defense agencies have prepared to use DISA’s cloud email service. According to Federal News Radio, Defense Chief Information Officer Teri Takai said the Air Force and the Navy are in step …

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New Army CIO: No More Business as Usual

It’s a common expression when a new boss takes: “She has her work cut out for her.” Often, it’s merely a rhetorical flourish. However, in the case of recently appointed Army Chief Information Officer/G-6 Lt. Gen. Susan  Lawrence, it’s likely an apt expression. “We’ve got to change culture, solutions and …

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