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The US Army is Expected to Complete its Enterprise Email Platform Migration Today

The United States Army is about to complete a high-profile IT project has been in the works for some time and migrate its enterprise email platform. The migration, which is expected to end today, includes the transfer of 1.5 million users in the unclassified NIPRNet and 100,000 users on the classified SIPRNet. The Army is coordinating the transfer in collaboration with the Defense Information Systems Agency, which hosts the cloud-based email, and manages features including: global address list, calendar-sharing and a platform for collaborating across geographic locations. The migration is projected to save the Army $76 million in fiscal 2013 and $380 million through 2017.

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