Ltc. Paul Stanton: Again, from the army side perspective, we are focused on operations and mission impact and we are very closely partnered with DISA in pursuing cloud technologies for defence enterprise email. Take, for instance, an individual trouble ticket. In the past that would result in the immediate remediation of whatever that problem was, but now my ability to aggregate the data from across the enterprise and analyze the data from across the enterprise I start to see trends and so now perhaps and individual ticket is related to tickets that I see in other locations that tells me something more operationally relevant is happening. So it is not just a remediation process, but rather I get to see the big picture. And we are leveraging the same technologies as we move towards the joint regional security status and the sensor data that we are going to pull off of the network, I need to be able to aggregate, correlate, analyze the data from across all these different sensors to find the proverbial unknown unknowns. Now that I have the capabilities to store and virtually represent this vast amount of data as one data store. It gives me the ability then to make the correlations I have never been able to make in the past and truly to start to do the trending and analysis that allows us to be predictive with what we do operationally. So it is not just immediate reactions, but rather lets analyze the trends because I have the ability to collect the data and analyze the data to start being proactive in terms of what we do to support mission impact.
JIm Flyzik: Yes. So you are working horizontally across all the various programmes, where before they were all separately managed and now you have the ability to collect it all, analyze it all and make a lot more decisions based on that.
Ltc. Paul Stanton: That is absolutely the case and it is truly revolutionising the way that performed both network operations and cyber defence.