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Air Force IT Strategy Stresses Mobile, Thin Clients
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4/17/2012 | 2:09:54 AM
re: Air Force IT Strategy Stresses Mobile, Thin Clients
This is going to be an interesting item to watch regarding the evolution of the Air Force's infrastructure.

However, I am wondering why they didn't choose to pilot some of this program at Barksdale AFB since that's the HQ for AF Cyber Command. I'd also love to know how much input that Cyber Command has in these sorts of acquisitions - after all, they are responsible for watching not only national infrastructure, but also the military's infrastructure.

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