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Cloud computing thunders into the government

June 2, 2011 No Comments

When David McClure, a General Services Administration official, testified in front of a Senate subcommittee hearing that cloud computing will save the GSA nearly $2 billion every year, it became clear that the cloud has settled into the White House.

Indeed, the cloud craze is charging fast into government agencies. Federal CIO Vivek Kundra’s office, in fact, has already identified 100 data centers it believes can be replaced by private clouds in the short-term and near 800 by 2015.

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