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VideoMarine Corps Air Station Miramar and Verizon:
The 5G Living Lab
Leveraging Verizon's 5G Ultra Wideband commercial network, Miramar will test concepts on autonomous vehicles, energy management and intelligent gate security in a fully functioning, non-sterile military base environment.
Private wireless networks support the Dept of Defense’s evolving mission.
Experts from Verizon and Nokia explore how private wireless networks help the Department of Defense adapt to, and support, mission readiness.
Dept of Defense’s plans to modernize military bases with 5G.
The DOD is looking at new investments to wirelessly connect devices and vehicles operating within military base network infrastructure. DOD’s Amanda Toman and Verizon's Bryan Schromsky on key public-private partnerships to build out 5G.
U.S. Army Chief on investments in “smart bases,” 5G networks and DOD networks.
U.S. Army’s Dr. James Tucker Swindell II and Verizon's Lamont Copeland discuss the advantages of enabling 5G and mobile edge compute within the DOD network infrastructure.
Federal Executive Forum 5G Strategies in Government.
5G technology has a lot of benefits in government, including high bandwidth and low latency. How have agencies been navigating the 5G rollout and how are they handling the challenges that have come along with implementing this new technology?
5G and tech innovation help the DoD explore new frontiers.
Learn how Marine Corps Air Station Miramar and Verizon are exploring ways for 5G to accelerate U.S. advancements in 5G-enabled technologies and security.
5G can help change the way the military connects its bases and its people.
Learn about the smart base of the future with Verizon’s Cornelius Brown, Director of Defense Sales, and Bryan Schromsky, Managing Partner, 5G Public Sector.
Explore our 5G video series.
Augmented reality workforce solutions, featuring Vuzix.
Discover how Verizon’s 5G Ultra Wideband network and Vuzix M400 smart glasses could help deliver on-the-job expertise and knowledge—remotely. To enhance safety and productivity.
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Discover how Marine Corps Air Station Miramar can tap the power of 5G to advance their mission.
Marine Corps Air Station Miramar pioneers the use of 5G. (Part 1)
In part one of this series, hear how the Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Miramar tested and rolled out Verizon 5G in partnership with Verizon and Qualcomm.
Let the Warfighter Fight: How EITaaS can mobilize the U.S. military for success.
Learn how the Army and Air Force can utilize the main advantages of EITaaS. With context from Verizon’s Lamont Copeland, Director of Federal Architecture.
EITaaS: Transforming the DoD to meet tomorrow’s mission.
Discover how Enterprise IT as a Service (EITaaS) is moving away from today’s government-owned and operated IT toward a more reliable, resilient and secure network.
Disaster recovery and ops planning in a post-pandemic world.
Hear Verizon’s Mike Young on how U.S. organizations outside the continental U.S. can better secure their networks. For mission success at any location.
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Verizon discusses the benefits of EITaaS Lines of Effort (LOEs) and how future solutions could help shape EITaaS at the DoD.
Let the Warfighter Fight (Part 1): Network as a Service.
Hear Managing Client Partner at Verizon, David Rouse, discuss how EITaaS helps promote mission readiness for the DoD.
Let the Warfighter Fight (Part 2): End-user services.
Listen to Sr. Client Executive Army and DoD Programs at Verizon, Anita Stanton, discuss how EITaaS helps enhance end-user services for the DoD.
Let the Warfighter Fight (Part 3): Compute and store.
Verizon Enterprise Architect, Chris Everich, discusses what the DoD’s move to the cloud will mean for EITaaS compute and store at military bases.
Let the Warfighter Fight (Part 4): Cross functionality.
Hear Verizon Principal Architect Eric Hardie discuss how EITaaS helps improve cross functionality and processes for the DoD.
Let the Warfighter Fight (Part 5): EITaaS of the future.
Verizon discusses how EITaaS helps promote “any user, any device, any location” at the DoD, and what the future holds in this new arena.
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EITaaS puts DoD cloud services on the same page. (Part 1)
Read how the Army and Air Force can use unified cloud services to break down silos, streamline data and deliver more effectively on the mission.
EITaaS provides a foundation for DoD’s digital modernization. (Part 2)
See how EITaaS helps the DoD to digitally modernize by enabling new and emerging technologies and improving mission effectiveness.
EIS and the DoD: Transition and modernize with ease.
Verizon defense subject matter experts discuss the EIS contract and how it can help defense agencies with their current and future digital transformation needs.
Factors to consider for a successful EIS contract transition.
Learn how the right EIS partner can help you improve agency performance, increase network flexibility and strengthen cybersecurity in transforming IT.
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Verizon discusses the DoD’s path to modernization, transitioning to EIS and how EIS can be a foundation for the future.
EIS and the path to transformation for the DoD. (Part 1)
Learn about the DoD’s digital transformation efforts and how an enterprise contract can help set it up for long-term success.
The DoD makes the move to EIS. (Part 2)
Hear Verizon’s Carole Byers explore what the DoD needs to do to make the move to EIS, and the benefits of such a transition.
Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) in the Federal Space podcast.
As federal agencies embrace cloud-based applications that create a distributed network, alongside a need for low latency and high throughput, the concept of Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) is coming more into the forefront.
A guide for federal agencies navigating Zero Trust.
Zero Trust is the ultimate expression of the philosophy "trust but verify," and it fundamentally changes the way agencies are protected.
Federal Executive Forum’s Cybersecurity Strategies/Defense & Homeland.
The dramatic change in workforce and service delivery has posed unique challenges to keep our nation secure. How are defense and homeland agencies training their workforce to accommodate evolving technologies?
2022 Mobile Security Index
Gain critical mobile security insights from our in-depth survey and analysis of 632 mobile security professionals around the world—to help protect your business from today’s mobile security threats.
2022 Data Breach Investigations Report: Public Sector snapshot.
Now in its 15th year, the 2022 DBIR is one of the leading industry resources on cyber threat trends and data breach analysis.
Read our ransomware series.
Ransomware reshapes the cybersecurity landscape.
Learn how to combat the threat of ransomware as it continues to impact government agencies.
Protecting your agency against ransomware.
Learn best practices and get expert insights on how to counter this persistent threat.
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The Leidos/Verizon team can help you modernize legacy technologies to improve security, agility, productivity and collaboration.