Bring your own device policies and information technologies efficiencies were big topics during the final day of the 2012 Defense Information Systems Agency Mission Partner Conference.
Military and industry leaders discuss the culture and changes in their organizations.
Data, cloud, security and how to do business with the Defense Information Systems Agency were the hot topics on the second day full day of the Mission Partner Conference.
The U.S. Defense Department must move to a single identity management system, the department's chief information officer said today at the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Mission Partner Conference. Teri Takai stated that enterprise email is a driver of that system but acknowledged that the bigger concern is the identity management rather than whether all the military services embrace the email migration.
Enterprise email migration is a topic of strong disagreements among technology leaders in the U.S. Defense Department.
Economic winds are causing clouds to shift, or at least requiring organizations to shift their data to them.
On the show's first day, everyone had their heads in the cloud.
Dr. Pradeep Sindhu, vice chairman, chief technology officer and founder of Juniper Networks, tells the audience at the 2012 DISA Mission Partnership Conference about how the network has changed and what the future holds.
Botnet attacks are on the rise in recent weeks, and more devices with no protection will be coming online soon.
Lt. Gen. Ronnie D. Hawkins, Jr., USAF, director of DISA, wasted no time at the 2012 Mission Partnership Conference before telling attendees what keeps him up at night.