Why you can’t decide (And what to do about it)
May 27, 2016
Commentary: The rapidly changing digital world can leave tech executives feeling overwhelmed when they're faced with charting the course of their company's cybersecurity strategy.
The Department of Defense announced Thursday it signed a three-year, $617 million joint enterprise license agreement for Microsoft products, including Microsoft Office 2013, SharePoint 2013 and Windows 8.
According to the American Forces Press Service, the deal, a joint effort between the Army, Air Force and Defense Information Systems Agency, "demonstrates the best pricing DOD has received to date for Microsoft desktop and server software licenses."
Army Deputy Chief Information Officer Michael Krieger said the Army will save more than $70 million each year over the course of the agreement. Air Force CIO Lt. Gen. Michael J. Basla said it will save Air Force $50 million a year.