Military Communications and Innovation: Priorities for the Modern Warfight was the theme of MILCOM 2017. Thought leaders and experts from all areas of industry, military and government made clear that priorities of speed, security and cost must be addressed to ensure success in the cyber domain. The challenges are many; accelerating innovation to the warfighter is a key enabler to meeting the toughest mission requirements.
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SIGNAL WEBINAR sponsored by Nokia: The 5G Strategic Advantage and the Steps to Take to Get There First
06/02/2020 - 06/02/2020
5G is way more than just speed and faster downloads on your smartphone. 5G will bring strategic and tactical advantages for your government operation. But how do you get there? Join this 60-minute session to learn an overview of the U.S. federal government opportunity from 5G; the Nokia Bell Labs Future X architecture; securing 5G for defense networks and more! In this informative session led by leading experts from Nokia and Nokia Bell Labs, learn about high-potential government use cases, and see how you can take advantage of the new 5G opportunity starting today.
Small Business Procurement Series: The Big Bids of 2020
06/04/2020 - 06/04/2020
Want to know where $48 billion in contracts will be going in the next 10 years? Want access to those opportunities? Join AFCEA and BD Squared as we analyze the biggest contract vehicle opportunities of the year, from major government-wide programs to agency-level BPAs. We'll discuss timing of upcoming RFPs, bid strategies and teaming considerations.
SIGNAL WEBINAR sponsored by RavenTek: Meeting IT Performance Requirements of the Global Warfighter
06/09/2020 - 06/09/2020
In an increasingly remote world, military operations, productivity and readiness ultimately depend on optimal network and application performance. For Defense IT, improving network visibility while reducing troubleshooting time will be essential to supporting missions. This panel will provide a perspective on lessons learned since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic and industry insights on how agencies can effectively address network and app performance challenges for the global, virtually co-located warfighter.