Modern battlefield challenges require a quick and constant exchange of data, which can be readily used by the forces to gain an advantage over enemies. Cloud enables sensors, services, and agencies to interconnect, giving forces the necessary superiority and acting as a force multiplier.

Discover the leading military cloud services providers in Army

Using its experience in the sector, Army Technology has listed some of the leading companies providing products and services related to cloud technology.

The information provided in the download document is drafted for military executives and technology leaders providing military cloud solutions.

The download contains detailed information on suppliers and their product offerings, alongside contact details to aid your purchase or hiring decision.

Amongst the leading cloud computing suppliers are AWS, Atos, CISCO, Dell, IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, Sopra Steria, and Thales.

Military cloud services in the Army: trends and challenges

Cloud infrastructure

Military organisations often depend on their own cloud infrastructure to ensure physical surveillance and control. The lack of geographical spread of data centres operated by service providers was another reason for investing in own infrastructure. Service providers have now invested in building data centres, which has supported the expansion of cloud computing in military forces.

Protection of such infrastructure from cyber-attacks and ensuring military cloud security, however, remains challenging as cyber threats are rising across the sector.