Intelligence Challenges Grow, Available Resources Decline
External threats and public revelations are only part of the large menu of setbacks confronting the community.
United States to Combine Multiple Intelligence Missions Into Single U.K. Complex
The decision pulls in various missions and centralizes them in a more modern infrastructure.
Geospatial Agency Seeks Small Business Innovation
New opportunities are opening up as intelligence acquisition approaches are adjusted.
Micro Robotics Research Pays Off
The U.S. Army is poised to develop and deploy small drones through official programs.
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
Higher Education for Wounded Warriors Exploits New Technologies
The University of Illinois is prepping its Center for Wounded Veterans with state-of-the-art assisted and adapted devices.
Making Mobility a Battlefield Reality
A U.S. defense agency promotes the pending proliferation of mobile devices.
Communications Kit Enables Rapid, On-the-Go Interoperability
Mobile field operations are enabled by a compact, lightweight unit that takes mere minutes to set up.
Policy Problems Vex Corporate Bring Your Own Device
Private sector BYOD uses have pitfalls and perks for employers and employees.
British Experts Evaluate Protection Needs for Public-Sector Mobility
BYOD security looms large for policy makers.
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Information Is the New Currency and the New Conflict Construct
Technology might serve as both the agent for chance and the enabler for aggression.
Keeping the Soldier in PEO Soldier
Meeting the Challenge
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