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MIT Volume 18 Issue 4

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Communication Evolution

Communication Evolution

As the U.S. military, like much of the rest of the world, rushes to take advantage of the huge potential of Fourth Generation Long Term Evolution (4G LTE) technology, the e...

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Joint Information Update

Joint Information Update

AFCEA’s Joint Information Environment (JIE) Mission Partner Symposium, held May 12-14, 2014, in Baltimore, Md., brought together officials from the Defense Information Syst...

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Networking Catches Up

Networking Catches Up

With its promise of improved efficiency in setting up and controlling networks, software-defined networking (SDN) is bringing fundamental changes to this critical aspect of...

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Q&A: Brigadier General Kevin Nally

Q&A: Brigadier General Kevin Nally

Exclusive cover Q&A with Brigadier General Kevin Nally, Chief Information Officer, U.S. Marine Corps...

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SATCOM’s Next Big Thing

SATCOM’s Next Big Thing

Seeking to reduce costs and enhance control of satellite communications, a multi-service group in the Department of Defense is working to stimulate development of technolog...

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Smartphone ID

Smartphone ID

With access to many logical and physical devices, including computers and offices, hinging on Department of Defense workers’ Common Access Cards (CAC), military officials a...

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