Content management serves as a vital cyberspace operations enabler

June 2011
Army Communicator;Summer2011, Vol. 36 Issue 2, p22
The article discusses how the official definition of cyberspace created a paradigm shift in its operations and became an area of operations where the information transitioned to a tool that can produce non-kinetic effects in and through cyberspace. It explains why content management (CM) capabilities has become a vital enabler to cyberspace operations. It indicates that CM supports operations in the land domain and sets the conditions for the Army to prevail in cyber/electromagnetic contest.


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