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MIT Volume 18 Issue 5

In This Issue

Analytics in Operation

Analytics in Operation

As military and intelligence analysts increasingly rely on big data analytics to understand the present and predict the future, there is growing interest in systems that wi...

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Big Storage

Big Storage

The U.S. military currently manages stored data in volumes approaching the exabyte level. That’s 1,000 petabytes, 1 million terabytes or 1 billion gigabytes. And new data i...

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DISA Looks Ahead

DISA Looks Ahead

While acknowledging the prospect of significant funding reductions in the future, officials of the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) have outlined an ambitious agen...

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Industry Interview: Carahsoft

Industry Interview: Carahsoft

An interview with Mark Mills, Vice President and DCO Program Manager, Carahsoft.

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Modernization Competition

Modernization Competition

A closely-watched competition to provide a new electronic health records (EHR) system for the Department of Defense has reached a key turning point, following release of a ...

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Network Extension Offers Versatile Tool

Network Extension Offers Versatile Tool

It’s a mobile network hotspot, the bird’s eye view of an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), or a command post on wheels. The Soldier Network Extension (SNE) is becoming the Arm...

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Q&A: Major General John B. Morrison Jr.

Q&A: Major General John B. Morrison Jr.

Exclusive cover Q&A with Major General John B. Morrison Jr., Commanding General, Army Network Enterprise Technology Command...

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Smallsats for the Tactical Edge

Smallsats for the Tactical Edge

With their promise of on-demand communications capabilities and near-real-time ISR, small satellites are emerging as potentially key tools of the future for special forces ...

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