KnowledgeDispatch 4.5 has received the Certificate of Networthiness from the U.S. Army IMCOM System Implementation and Fielding Division (SIFD). This certification is required for all external software that is deployed on U.S. Army networks.
Following a rigorous reliability and security assessment, it was determined that KnowledgeDispatch 4.5 exceeds the U.S. Army requirements for security, reliability, scalability, and interoperability with the organization's existing networks and IT infrastructure.
"We are extremely proud for KnowledgeDispatch 4.5 to receive the Certificate of Networthiness from the U.S. Army", said Mike Owens, owner of Strictly Business. "This certification will allow us to offer more extensive support to Army administrators as they deploy our secure KnowledgeDispatch 4.5 solutions."
KnowledgeDispatch 4.5 is a website creation and management tool that provides the U.S. Army IMCOM organization the ability to manage 95 public facing websites, all of which have a similar look and shared content. U.S. Army IMCOM webmasters use KnowledgeDispatch 4.5 to easily control the overall look and feel of their headquarters, regional, and garrison websites, all the while giving non-technical users the ability to submit content where appropriate.
For examples of IMCOM sites using KnowledgeDispatch 4.5, visit the IMCOM Headquarters site or the IMCOM Southeast Region site.
To learn more about KnowledgeDispatch 4.5, visit the KnowledgeDispatch website.