Mobile Computing

How the Army is battle-testing cloud computing

The Army is in the midst of a significant shift in how it buys, builds and delivers technological capabilities to warfighters. At the crux of those plans is a cloud infrastructure called cArmy that can deliver communications, tools and sensor data so commanders can have a clear digital picture of the battlespace and make crucial decisions more quickly. 

The Army

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Takachiho Koheki : Financial Results for the Year Ended







Financial Results for the Year Ended March 2022 [Based on the Japanese GAAP] (Consolidated)

May 13, 2022

Name of the company

Takachiho Koheki Co., Ltd.

Stock market:

Tokyo Stock Exchange, Prime Market

Code No.:

2676

URL:

https://www.takachiho-kk.co.jp/

Representative (job title): Takanobu Ide, (President and CEO)

Contact person (job title): Masaya Iwamoto, (General

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DISA Director Touts Benefits of Cloud Computing, Telework >

The Defense Information Systems Agency and Joint Force Headquarters Department of Defense Information Network serve on the department’s digital frontlines in cyber and information technology at all levels of classification.

Some 19,000 people around the world work in that agency to ensure secure and seamless communications for the warfighters.

“The safety of our employees is forefront in all of our

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FCC head wants to boost ‘broadband’ standard to 100Mbps

The chair of the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) wants redefine “broadband” Internet as being capable of at least 100 megabits per second (or Mbps) download and 20Mbps upload speeds.

A change in the current, seven-year-old standard for broadband would almost certainly spur networking companies to upgrade equipment to meet the new benchmark. And it would increase data download and

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Microsoft Teams Outage Sparks Relief Instead Of Outrage

Microsoft Corp’s ‘Teams’ application, which supports over 270 million monthly users, has just gone under causing several hours’ worth of worktime disruption for thousands of online workers across the globe.

The tech giant has just addressed the issue after several reports came in of users being unable to access the app or its features, which include work-based communication tools, scheduling

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The future of remote work

Work practices have changed dramatically in the last decade due to technological advances and, more recently, the pandemic.

Ten years ago, remote employment basically meant a telemarketing or customer service position paying very low wages. It was rarely connected with full-time careers. A landline phone, a pager or just a fax machine were the essential tools to work from home.

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