- Defense agencies
- Evaluate modernization options and accelerate time to value
- Bring the benefits of secure cloud to the tactical edge
- Ensure defense systems and data are secure and highly available
Deliver High Performance
Eliminate Data Silos
Redefine Service Delivery
The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) is at a crossroads, struggling to keep up with massive data growth, new user demands, and integrated global operations while working to evolve a consolidated, collaborative, and secure joint information environment. New expectations for application development and deployment have forced users to go outside of traditional IT, leading to even greater storage inefficiencies.
At the same time, service providers are reducing IT spending, consolidating data centers, and adopting new technologies that drive efficiency, lower operational costs, and standardize systems. To support these demands, IT must shift away from a manual, IT-centric service delivery model, to a more agile and flexible, IT as a service (ITaaS) model.
EMC delivers proven technology across the DoD—from compact, lightweight, and highly available storage, optimized for the battlefield, to virtualization, cloud, and big data analytics. These solutions help to simplify operations and enable defense agencies to keep up with massive data growth, new user demands, and global integrated operations.
For example, the EMC team worked with the Network Enterprise Center in Fort Bragg, North Carolina (NEC-FB) to undertake a joint modernization/consolidation project to update its IT environment, shift to a virtual environment, and provide true disaster recovery and continuity of operations (DR/COOP).
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