Cloud Could Cut $12 Billion from US Government Annual Deficit: Study

May 5, 2012 No Comments

It was less than two years ago the federal government began egging on its agencies to adopt a “Cloud-First” rule to IT procurement and “Shared-First” initiative to pare down its $80-billion-a-year budget. It appears that efforts to replace on-premises systems with cloud services are actually bearing fruit, at least one study shows.  The study goes even further — if agencies really got aggressive about cloud, they could shave $12 billion off the annual IT tab. That amount almost coversNASA’s entire annual budget.

Read More of Joe McKendrick’s Blog Post on Forbes

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