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IBM Awarded 10 Year $1 Billion Foundation Cloud Hosting Services Contract

IBM AWARDED 10 YEAR $1 BILLION FOUNDATION CLOUD HOSTING SERVICES CONTRACT TO ASSIST US DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR’S MOVE TO CLOUD COMPUTING AUGUST 14, 2013 — ARMONK, NY – IBM today announced it will work with the United States Department of the Interior (US DOI) as the Department embarks on a decade long transformation of their

Press Release: U.S. Department Of Defense’s Shift To Cloud Computing Saves Costs

Frost & Sullivan: U.S. Department of Defense’s Shift to Cloud Computing Saves Costs, but Unlocks Network Security Threats MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. – April 18, 2012 – The high costs of operating, securing and maintaining a large variety of often redundant legacy stove-piped networks has steered the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) toward mature commercial off-the-shelf (COTS)

Does Moving to the Cloud work for the US Federal Government?

Does Moving to the Cloud work for the US Federal Government? The Federal government’s relationship with cloud computing have always been a topic of interest on this website. Over the last months, I have covered this area in considerable detail. However, but for the slight hint of skepticism, the articles have been largely positive about

Riverbed Will Showcase Cloud Solutions To Defense and Intelligence Agencies

Riverbed To Showcase IT Performance Solutions At Defense Information Systems Agency Conference San Francisco—August 10, 2011—Riverbed Technology (NASDAQ: RVBD), the IT performance company, today announced its participation at the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Customer & Industry Forum, taking place August 15-18 at the Baltimore Convention Center in Baltimore, Maryland. The DISA conference brings together decision-makers