The US Department of Defense expectation that future wars will be fought in dispersed, disconnected environments is driving changes in cloud requirements. The industry is preparing for this reality.
With the emerging concept of connecting the best sensor from anywhere with the best shooter in any service known as Common all-domain management and controlIn the defense industry, the Pentagon’s need for tools that people can access from anywhere is shifting.
Cloud computing, which allows users to store data more cheaply and access it remotely, is one Core principle the department Digital modernization strategy. With distributed war battles on the horizon, the department needs tactical cloud capabilities available in remote locations.
At IBM, customers are asking for cloud environments where users can access data across security classifications.
“We’re seeing more interest in more mobile environments [including] more distributed, mobile …