DoD Opens Door To Google, Apple Products
Whoever at the U.S. Department of Defense made the decision for its employees to have "the flexibility to use commercial products on classified and unclassified networks" should read the terms and conditions of the products and apps attacted to the services. The DoD plans to create a military mobile applications store and hire a contractor to build a system that may eventually handle as many as 8 million devices, reports Bloomberg. It likely will put a whole lot of people to work to protect online security and intellectual property, because it opens opportunities for malicious activity. How will it influence brand advertising to government workers?