U.S. Army deploys Microsoft Team to increase social distance

In this day and age, security is more or less gone, but some professionals still need to pay special attention to their communications security. We’ve seen that immature, insecure tools like Zoom are widely used in government, and we’ve seen growing opposition to software like Zoom.

This time, the U.S. Department of Defense appears to have made the right choice, choosing to deploy Microsoft Teams, Windows Central reported. The work was done by DEOS, a defense company that beat G-Suite in an $8 billion contract to use Microsoft’s software as the Defense Department’s default back-end solution, which is managed by VAR General Dynamics.

The work has nothing to do with the controversial JEDI contract, although it appears to be the wrong choice to delay the military’s digital transformation with a lawsuit, and if Amazon wins, it will only add friction to the operations of the U.S. Department of Defense.

U.S. Army deploys Microsoft Team to increase social distance