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Information Technology
DIGITAL STRATEGY FOR DEFENCE: DELIVERING THE DIGITAL BACKBONE AND UNLEASHING THE POWER OF DEFENCE’S DATA  

We are living in an era of accelerating technological change - everywhere we look datadriven capabilities are changing the way we communicate, live and work. We are becoming increasingly empowered by, and dependent on, digital technology. This creates both opportunities and threats, as our opponents proactively seek to exploit the same tools at our expense. Given the widespread availability of these technologies, advantage will come from their rapid ...Read more >

41 Pages
3.27 MB
ARMY DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION STRATEGY  By Headquarters, Department of the Army

The adoption of leading edge technologies by the Army’s and the United States’ near-peer adversaries, combined with the rapid pace of change in technology, is creating new and complex challenges for how the Army operates and maintains overmatch across all domains – land, sea, air, space, and cyberspace. As the Army responds to the growing need for digital technologies through Army modernization ...Read more >

18 Pages
4.19 MB
DOD SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT APPROACHES AND CYBERSECURITY PRACTICES MAY IMPACT COST AND SCHEDULE  By United States Government Accountability Office

In support of its military operations, DOD manages many IT investments, including investments in business, communications, and command and control systems. The department’s IT budget organizes investments in four categories, called mission areas—enterprise information environment, business, warfighting, and intelligence. Figure 1 shows the amount of DOD’s total unclassified requested fiscal year 2020 IT budget (of $36.1 billion) that the department plans to spend on each of its ...Read more >

63 Pages
1.49 MB
ACTIVITY-BASED INTELLIGENCE REVOLUTIONIZING MILITARY INTELLIGENCE ANALYSIS  By By Chandler P. Atwood

Information-age technology is advancing at a stunning pace, yielding increasingly complex information architectures, data accessibility, and knowledge managementall of which have created the conditions ...Read more >

10 Pages
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THE GLOBAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY REPORT 2015  By Soumitra Dutta

The 2015 edition of The Global Information Technology Report is released at a time when many economies around the world are struggling to ensure that economic growth is equitable and provides benefits for their ...Read more >

381 Pages
8.61 MB
IEEE CS 2022 REPORT  By Hasan Alkhatib, Paolo Faraboschi

Predicting the future is hard and risky. Predicting the future in the computer industry is even harder and riskier due to dramatic changes in technology and limitless challenges to ...Read more >

163 Pages
7.28 MB
THE DATA-CENTRIC WARFIGHTER  

How can they trust that their data is accurate, that it is complete, that it is protected, that it is reliably available when and where its needed,fully integrated and formatted properly? ...Read more >

27 Pages
3.32 MB
NEURAL NETWORKS OVER ENCRYPTED DATA  By Misha Bilenko & Tom Finley

The problem we address is the following: how can a user employ a predictive model that is held by a third party, without compromising private ...Read more >

9 Pages
225.36 KB
INFORMATION SECURITY AND DATA PROTECTION LEGAL AND POLICY FRAMEWORKS APPLICABLE TO EUROPEAN UNION INSTITUTIONS AND AGENCIES  By Neil Robinson, Jan Gaspers

This Research Report reviews the legal and policy frameworks that govern the use of information and communications technology by European Union institutions and agencies in terms of the extent to which they account for information security and data privacy. ...Read more >

74 Pages
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INTERNET TRENDS 2014 : CODE CONFERENCE  By Mary Meeker

Key Internet Trends. Status Update Tech Stocks / Education / Healthcare. Re-Imagining Continues. Screen + Video Growth = Still Early Innings. Chinas Epic Share Gains. Public Company Trends. One More ...Read more >

164 Pages
8.61 MB
GLOBAL FLOWS IN A DIGITAL AGE: HOW TRADE, FINANCE, PEOPLE AND DATA CONNECT THE WORLD ECONOMY  By James Manyika

Global flows have been a common thread extending through the mercantilist and colonial eras, from trade routes of old such as the renowned Silk Road through the industrial revolutions that swept across Europe and North America in the 18th and 19th centuries to the more recent rise of emerging ...Read more >

180 Pages
4.11 MB
FOREIGN POLICY RESEARCH INSTITUTE   By John R. Haines

The Soviet Unions dissolution transformed 25 million ethnic Russians living outside the Russian Federation into the new Russian diaspora4 and posed a challenge to new states throughout ussias ...Read more >

8 Pages
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IMPROVING INTERAGENCY INFORMATION SHARING USING TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATIONS  By Daniel Gonzales

The Department of Defense has been developing new sensor and data fusion capabilities for military forces for many years, and has significant experience in developing advanced sensor capabilities for a wide range of contingencies and ...Read more >

106 Pages
651.68 KB
REALIZING THE PROMISE OF BIG DATA  By Kevin C. Desouza

Today, public agencies operate in data-intensive environments. Individuals and organizations generate and disseminate data at an ever-increasing rate. Due to advances in computing and communications technology, the costs associated with creating real-time data on a wide variety of objects, agents, and events have fallen ...Read more >

45 Pages
6.02 MB
GLOBAL DIGITAL STATISTICS 2014  

183 Pages
18.53 MB
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