What Is ArmyNET?

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ArmyNET is a restricted access information portal, built by the Army for the Army.

It is a one-stop shop for Army information of an UNCLASSIFIED (but sensitive) nature which is not intended for general public release. ArmyNET brings the Army into the Internet Age.

ArmyNET has been developed as a result of the experiences of serving soldiers and their families, with regard to the passage of information within the Army. The Army of today is rarely static and is constantly on the move. Soldiers are often away from barracks and as a result families and friends can become quickly out of touch with events. ArmyNET aims to provide the entire Army community with a single portal, which it can access from anywhere in the world and get authoritative information on what is going on and communicate effectively.

In essence the barrack room notice board has been webified; and now soldiers can access information, concerning their everyday activities - online. This is a dramatic technological step forward for the Army and brings us in line with similar sized commercial organisations; who use the latest in Internet security to conduct their routine business online.

ArmyNET is delivered by the Web Exploitation department of LAND Army Information Service branch. The team at Web Exploitation understand that the internet is evolving and works hard to keep pace with the latest developments, ensuring that ArmyNET continues to provide a robust, secure and trusted means of communication for the Army family.


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