Local police move to the cloud to improve their terror incident response

When the U.S. Navy Seals hunted down Osama Bin Laden, they used a critical incident response system that turned their smartphones into state-of-the-art navigation and communications devices. Now police in New Jersey have access to a similar system, which uses a cloud-based server to store the blueprints for potential terrorist targets, including local schools.

Read more about the new counterterrorism technology at NJ.com.

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