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SlideshowDell EMC: $1B Air Force Cloud Project Is Just the Beginning

United States Air Force 355th Security Force Squadron guardsman, Senior Airman Mario Fajardo, stands guard  at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base.
United States Air Force 355th Security Force Squadron guardsman, Senior Airman Mario Fajardo, stands guard at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base.

[email protected] 9/29/2017 | 9:43:22 PM
Re: Efficiency and cost reduction Yes the deployment will be interesting because it could become the standard for other branches of the military if successful It will undoubtedly be complex on many different levels beyond just the technology aspect.
[email protected] 9/26/2017 | 1:59:47 PM
Re: Efficiency and cost reduction True security is always an issue but it should not stop getting the best solution if our military could benefit through efficiencies with the cloud --security should be managed as another factor in implementation.
kq4ym 9/25/2017 | 8:07:52 AM
Re: Efficiency and cost reduction The collaboaration on this project does seem like an immensely complicated one or at least could be if not well coordinated between the companies. But getting one of the largest contracts ever off the ground for the Air Force will be interesting to watch.
danielcawrey 9/24/2017 | 11:55:29 AM
Re: Efficiency and cost reduction Everyone needs collaboration - especially the government.

Security for implementations like this have to be important. Here's hoping this cloud project is properly secured. 
[email protected] 9/22/2017 | 1:23:50 PM
Efficiency and cost reduction It is a step in the right direction, when I review our national budget I am always floored by the dollar amount used to maintain our military. Automation upgraded systems and better technology have got to help drive down costs long term and hopefully improve efficiencies. Hopefully, other branches of our military will be able to leverage technology to address weaknesses and address the cost.
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