What happened to Army Knowledge Online AKO?
Army Knowledge Online (AKO) may have stopped being accessible to users at the end of June, but PEO EIS’s Enterprise Content Collaboration and Messaging (EC2M) product office — part of EIS’s Enterprise Services portfolio — officially brought the program to a close on July 26.
What is Ako and why is it important?
AKO was, in fact, the only collaborative hub for individuals working with classified information on the Secret Internet Protocol Router Network. AKO engineers were known for sharing their expertise with teams operating other Army organizations’ websites.
What’s new in Ako 2?
In 2019, Enterprise Services launched AKO 2.0, a modernized version of the portal that was designed to be mobile-friendly and facilitate collaboration via online communities. The system achieved some of its highest usage during the COVID-19 pandemic with over 1.5 million unique visitors monthly.
How do I log in to my AKO account?
You log in using your Army Knowledge Online (AKO) user name and password. If you are having difficulties logging in, it is reccomended that you establish a DS Logon account and use that instead. *** IRR Soliders – you need a Level 2 DS Logon account to complete the Virtual Muster.
What’s new with Ako?
2 / 2 Show Caption + Hide Caption – The new AKO, called AKO 2.0, offers a more mobile-friendly and contemporary look and feel, modern navigation, the first-ever Army Directory linking users to Army organizations and a home page that presents information specific to military personnel, (Photo Credit: U.S. Army) VIEW ORIGINAL
What happened to Ako classic?
Current users take note! AKO 1.0 known as AKO Classic, will sunset in early 2019 and the full functionality of the Classic portal will no longer be available. Individuals and groups are encouraged to move all of their existing files from AKO Classic to the AKO 2.0 portal as soon as possible.
What is Defense Knowledge Online (DKO)?
The following year, Defense Knowledge Online (DKO) was stood up to provide AKO services to the joint warfighting community. In 2008, the AKO/DKO project office opened a newly renovated help desk center to serve more Soldiers simultaneously as the portal expanded to more than two million registered users.