The Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) is rolling out a new online collaboration tool that offers Department of Defense (DoD) employees anywhere in the world secure web conferencing and secure instant messaging and chat capabilities. Defense Collaboration Services (DCS) is available to anyone worldwide with a Common Access Card (CAC) on the Non-Secure Internet Protocol Router network (NIPRNet), or to anyone with a Secure Internet Protocol Router network (SIPRNet) token on the classified network. Through DCS Web conferencing, users can communicate securely using voice and video and have the ability to share documents, PowerPoint slides, photographs and spreadsheets in different formats. DCS also leverages milCloud to provide secure Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) in a military data center.
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