Pentagon to Open Communications Networks to Apple Devices in 2014

Pentagon to Open Communications Networks to Apple Devices in 2014

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New The U.S. Department of Defense today announced (via Bloomberg) a "commercial mobile device implementation plan" that would allow iOS and Android devices to be used on its secure classified and protected unclassified communication networks beginning in February 2014.The implementation plan establishes a framework to equip the department's 600,000 mobile-device users...
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