How to keep enterprise-IT-as-a-service networks agile and secure
With 70 percent of the Army’s networking gear reaching end-of-life service, IT experts say open networking standards will play key role to getting best of breed solutions.
Air Force inks another IT-as-a-service deal
The U.S. Air Force inked another IT-as-a-Service deal, increasing its move towards the model that outsources basic IT functions to the private sector.
Army to kick off IT-as-a-Service procurement with industry day
The service issued a solicitation earlier this month in search of commercial, vendor-owned IT services for its network, end user, and compute and storage needs.
Air Force expands IT-as-a-Service pilots with Unisys contract
The Air Force has enlisted Unisys to provide end-user services for up to three years.
Air Force awards $121M in Enterprise IT-as-a-Service ‘experiments’
AT&T won the first of the two awards worth $87.4 million through an other transaction agreement (OTA). Microsoft received the second, another OTA worth $34.4 million.
Air Force wants to experiment with consolidating service desk, device management
Experiments at up to 20 of 187 bases globally will "leverage commercially owned and operated IT services at those bases to learn and adjust before transitioning to the rest of the AF starting in 2020."