Federal Government Needs to Embrace the Cloud or Fall Behind

by Mark Weatherford

Cloud computing gives organizations an alternative way of obtaining IT services and offers many benefits such as flexibility and cost reduction. The lowering of cost to operations is why the federal government launched the Cloud Computing Initiative in 2009, but we've seen only modest levels of buy-in across governments. Mark Weatherford offers an opinion piece on the issue and why the federal government needs to embrace cloud technology or risk falling behind the curve. Read the article by clicking here.

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