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Information Technology

Challenges of the future networks and applications

Operations in Afghanistan are rapidly expanding the use of networks and applications for command, control and administration of the deployed forces.

The coverage and complexity of these systems are increasing and the Royal Corps of Signals are pivotal to their support in the Land Environment. 


The future of fixed and deployable networks lies in the delivery of the Defence Information Infrastructure (DII) system, at Restricted, Secret and Above Secret. DII(FD) is expected to be ready to replace the Joint Operational Command Systems (JOCS), which continues in use in Afghanistan.

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