Crofton, MD (PRWEB) August 03, 2011
Top trade publications in government technology, Defense Systems and GCN, recently featured a story on Force 3 Solutions Architect Lee Collison’s FOSE information session, “Warfighters on the Move: Implementing Roaming Data Centers.” Collison spoke on July 20, 2011 at the FOSE conference and exposition in Washington, D.C.
At the information session Collison described ways that the military can streamline their mobile data centers to improve security while cutting hardware requirements.
Writer Henry Kenyon for Defense Systems explained Collison’s idea for basic mobile data needs, saying, “To meet the military’s needs, Collison recommended modular, plug-and-play applications that have their own security capability. He said that although the Defense Department has approved of a variety of high-level architecture systems such as those using virtualization, few of these capabilities so far have moved beyond garrison facilities into the field.”
Lee Collison currently focuses on desktop virtualization and desktop security and acts as Team Lead for end-user computing. He is a VMware Certified Professional 3 & 4, Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer 2003, MCITP: Virtualization Administer, EMC Proven Professional, and a Citrix Certified Enterprise Administrator.
The story was posted Thursday July 21, 2011 on the Government Computer News and the Defense Systems website. It can also be found on the Force 3 website.
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