April 4, 2013
Modern defence systems are required to gather, disseminate and store more information than ever before. The challenge of meeting the technology demand in a cost-effective manner is one that is shared by all governments and military organisations.
To solve this problem, military information leaders will assemble in
, to get to grips with the latest strategies and equipment, which will enable global armed forces to assess the rapid increase in digital data.
Defence IT 2013
conference, taking place in June, will build on the success of Defence IQ's information technology portfolio, which includes the renowned annual Cyber Defence & Network Security (CDANS) conference. The full Defence IT conference agenda is available to view at
Defence IT 2013 will include key presentations from several EU and UK MoD programme leaders. With the budget for improving IT infrastructure in the European Commission reaching into the billions, Defence IT will provide the platform where government agencies seek to engage with leading solution providers.
Topics under discussion include: enterprise application platforms, Big Data, Cloud Computing, online learning, codification and standardisation. Additionally, the workshop day on 20
will focus on the tools and applications required to visualise data and how to develop information systems for situational awareness.
Belgian Minister of Defence, Pieter De Crem, hailed Defence IQ's CDANS conference as "an exceptional platform to discuss new ideas and initiatives; to identify benchmarks, as well as to coordinate existing capabilities." A post-show report highlighting key findings of the conference, alongside insight on CNI-targeting malware and regional digital security strategies is available to the Defence IT community at
Further information on Defence IT, including the agenda, speaker lists and topics to be discussed are available online at
, where you will also be able to register for the conference.
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