For the first time in U.S. military history, foot soldiers and company support teams in Afghanistan are using specialized handheld mobile devices to access digital maps, exchange information with other troops and store mission-critical information.
We face a transformative moment in the history of commercial communications. After nearly 80 years of licensing bands of radio frequencies in small increments, often at nominal cost to the licensor, the FCC has run out of new spectrum, at least within bands current technology can effectively use.
SteelCloud has introduced a new mobile appliance designed to secure iPhones used within the Department of Defense. Various branches of the DoD have approved the use of Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) iOS