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NETWORK MANAGEMENT  

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NETWORK INTEGRATION EVALUATIONS  

Placing the highest possible premium on delivering the best available equipment and technology to Soldiers in combat and recognizing the budget constraints of todays increasingly pressured fiscal ...Read more >

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RISE OF THE DRONES : UNMANNED SYSTEMS AND THE FUTURE OF WAR  

The subcommittee met, pursuant to notice, at 2 p.m. in room 2154, Rayburn House Office Building, Hon. John F. Tierney (chairman of the subcommittee) presiding. Present: Representatives Tierney, Flake, Foster, Luetkemeyer, and ...Read more >

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TECHNOLOGY NEEDS TO ACHIEVE JOINT WARFIGHTING CAPABILITY  

The nation relies on the technological superiority of its armed forces. It is our endeavour to ensure that Indian Armed Forces always have the latest technology in our war fighting systems which propel us towards achieving a technological edge over ...Read more >

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INFORMATION SECURITY  

Consumer adoption of mobile devices is growing rapidly, enabled by affordable prices, increasingly reliable connections, and faster transmission speeds. According to a recent analysis, mobile devices are the fastest growing consumer technology, with worldwide sales increasing from 300 million in 2010 to an estimated 650 million in ...Read more >

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LEARN WITH GOOGLE  

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THE JOINT OPERATING ENVIRONMENT 2010  

The next quarter century will challenge U.S. joint forces with threats and opportunities ranging from regular and irregular wars in remote lands, to relief and reconstruction in crisis zones, to cooperative engagement in the global commons. Our enemys capabilities will range from explosive vests worn by suicide bombers to long-range precision-guided cyber, space, and missile ...Read more >

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MISSION COMMAND BATTLE EXAMINES TRANSFORMING  

Wanted: A modernized, expeditionary land force that can prevent conflict through influence, deterrence and credibility; shape the operational environment through enduring relationships with other armies; and win the nations wars with trained, equipped and ready ...Read more >

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JUST WAR AND CYBER CONFLICT  

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NET-CENTRIC WARFARE 2.0 : CLOUD COMPUTING AND THE NEW AGE OF WAR  

The rapid evolution of cyber technologies demands a new concept of Network-Centric Warfare a new construct built on the foundation of the new interactive web. The rapid advancement of information technologies and the development of cloud computing by large commercial information technology trendsetter organizations like ...Read more >

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DEVELOPING STORM, A METHODOLOGY FOR EVALUATING TRANSIT ROUTES OF TRANSNATIONAL TERRORISTS AND CRIMINALS  

In July 2008, a California State University (CSU) consortium became the first academic organization to accept a challenge project from the NSAs Institute for Analysis ...Read more >

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THE NEXT WAVE  

The world.s most extensive case of cyberespionage, including attacks on US government and UN computers, was reported at the 2011 Black Hat conference by security rm McAfee. Concluding ve years of investigation, McAfee analysts were .surprised by the enormous diversity of the victim organizations and were taken aback by the audacity of the ...Read more >

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