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    DISA Cloud Symposium

    DISA Cloud Symposium

    12.12.2017 | Photo by Kevin Headtke
    Nearly 1,000 information technology experts from all facets of the Department of Defense, to include military departments, combatant commands, and...

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    DISA improves customer experience by establishing...

    04.09.2019 | Story by Alexandra Snyder
    In an effort to decrease authorized service interruptions (ASI) and increase customer awareness of system maintenance schedules across DISA’s enterprise, the DISA Command Center (DCC) will implement a formal process for recurring maintenance actions in April 2019.

    DISA’s new cloud-based storage solution enables...

    03.28.2019 | Story by MARCUS JOHNSON
    To maintain their tactical edge on the battlefield, today’s warfighters need the ability to access and share information from anywhere. Whether using a mobile device or a laptop computer, end users must have a secure, reliable way to access data and collaborate with other users.

    DISA enables remote audience participation for...

    11.07.2016 | Courtesy Story
    Personnel assigned to U.S. Pacific Command gathered in the Pollock Theater Nov. 7-8 to hear an assessment of the organization’s latest command climate survey, and to take a broad look at U.S. PACOM’s current lines of effort in a town hall format.

    Saudi Arabian Ministry of Defence sees DISA as...

    01.23.2013 | Courtesy Story
    Saudi Arabian Ministry of Defence officials are interested in using the Defense Information Systems Agency as a model for their efforts to provide relevant and reliable enterprise services to the Saudi Armed Forces.