Vivisimo showcases secure, cross-domain intelligence solutions

PITTSBURGH, 2 May 2011. Vivisimo is demonstrating its cross-domain search and discovery capabilities at the 2011 DoDIIS Worldwide conference taking place through May 5 in Detroit. A supplier of search technology to the federal government and defense community, Vivisimo supports mission-critical objectives relating to harnessing, discovering, and disseminating important information across multiple secure data silos and networks.

PITTSBURGH, 2 May 2011. Vivisimo is demonstrating its cross-domain search and discovery capabilities at the 2011 DoDIIS Worldwide conference taking place through May 5 in Detroit. A supplier of search technology to the federal government and defense community, Vivisimo supports mission-critical objectives relating to harnessing, discovering, and disseminating important information across multiple secure data silos and networks.

"The defense and intelligence communities recognize the need to improve information sharing as a way to achieve true all-source analysis and deliver timely, objective, and actionable intelligence to our senior decision makers and war fighters," says Bob Carter, vice president and general manager, federal, of Vivisimo. "In an era where spending cuts are being made to improve efficiencies, Vivisimo helps streamline operations and ultimately costs by allowing analysts significantly better access, processing and sharing of critical data necessary to the defense of the U.S."

The conference's 2011 theme, "Secure and Collaborative Intelligence in Defense of the Nation," highlights the Department of Intelligence Agency Chief Information Officer's commitment to developing and maintaining secure and reliable networks for Department of Defense personnel, services, and information technology customers, says a representative. Through partnerships and collaboration, the intelligence community facilitates the secure collection, analysis, and presentation of actionable intelligence to warfighters and decision makers.

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