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Army nearly ready to move thousands of users to BYOD, virtual desktop programs

Both pilots rely heavily on the groundwork already laid by the Army’s Enterprise Cloud Management Agency, and are expected to start onboarding large numbers…

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BYOD, app consolidation next for Army digital transformation

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(Courtesy of Military OneSource)Soldier uses the Military OneSource app on his cellphone. (Courtesy of Military OneSource)

Army to expand BYOD pilot after successful National Guard testing

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Implementing zero trust architecture in BYOD environments

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Army Futures Command preparing to evolve human, technological dynamics for hybrid workforce

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Zero trust pilots reinforce need for ICAM, flip script on BYOD

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‘Wrong trajectory’ in mobile strategy stifles Marines’ BYOD ambitions

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The door opens a bit wider for BYOD

The Government Accountability Office ruled the Consumer Product Safety Commission’s voluntary BYOD program doesn’t violate any laws.

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Navy, Marine Corps see NGEN as gateway to commercial IT

But both services say they hope to use the recompetition of NGEN to give commercial industry more of a hand in the IT services they’re providing to sailors…

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Shawn Kingsberry: Shadow IT seeping into bring-your-own-device

Shadow IT, the stuff that’s on a network that leadership doesn’t know is on the network, plagues agencies across government. Shawn Kingsberry, former chief information officer at the Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board and director of cloud solutions at Engility Inc., tells In Depth with Francis Rose the shadow IT concept is starting to seep into the bring-your-own-device arena.

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