Tech Trends 2014

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It’s a new era of national security. With this new era comes new opportunities for breakthroughs in technology to change the nature of defense and the challenges that come along with adopting them.

In Defense Tech Trends 2014, Defense One looks at the military and DoD’s progress and pitfalls across the following areas:
-Mobility
-Cloud
-Health IT
-Cybersecurity
 -Training/Simulation

From changing the way the VA handles veterans’ records to the advances the Pentagon is making with cyber ranges, these stories show us how technology is changing the way we think about national security.

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