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  • Collaboration key to net-centric success, speakers say

    The 10th annual Net-Centric Operations conference held here Sept. 10, 2012, featured a diverse array of speakers who extolled the value of collaboration in acquiring, supporting and operating intelligence-gathering systems and cyber tools.The conference was sponsored by the Patriots' Roost Chapter of the Association of Old Crows.Lt. Gen C.D. Moore
  • Program to improve IT core services achieves key milestone

    An Air Force program that will save money, save energy and improve core information technology services, such as e-mail, has recently met a significant milestone.Hardware to consolidate four regional data processing centers into one area processing center has been delivered, installed and tested at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio.More than
  • Team Edwards members earn DOD security certification

    A program developed by security professionals, for security professionals, is now giving Edwards employees the chance to further their careers and enhance security at base units. The Defense Security Service's Security Professional Education Development program, or SPeD, provides online training and exams that, once passed, leads to a Department of
  • AFIT graduates first-ever class of Cyberspace Warriors

    The Air Force Institute of Technology and the Air Force Cyberspace Technical Center of Excellence conducted its first ever Cyber 200 and 300 course graduation here Oct. 28, 2010. General. C. Robert Kehler, commander of Air Force Space Command, served as keynote speaker for this first class of cyberspace warriors. More than 100 students graduated
  • Newest version of DCGS Integration Backbone improves intelligence sharing

    The Oct. 15, 2010, release of version 2.0 of the Distributed Common Ground System Integration Backbone, or DIB, continues to improve on its current capabilities.The DIB consists of a common set of services and standards that are used across the DCGS community to facilitate sharing intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance information."With this
  • Net-centricity transcends the network, speakers say

    Several high-level Air Force, joint service and industry speakers discussed the powers and perils of operating in a net-centric environment at this year's Net-Centric Operations Conference at the Wentworth Hotel and Conference Center here Sept. 20, 2010.Sponsored by the Patriots Roost Chapter of the Association of Old Crows, the conference brought
  • Net-centric conference to examine changing environments, apps

    The theme for the eighth annual Net-Centric Ops Conference, to be held Sept. 20, 2010, at the Wentworth-by-the-Sea Hotel and Resort in New Castle, N.H., is "Changing Environments -- Changing Applications." Organizers of the conference, which also includes a golf tournament Sept. 21, say discussions will be focused on fully realizing net-centric
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