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Legacy Modernization: Look to the Cloud and Open Systems

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Major players zero in on cloud computing market

May 2, 2011 No Comments

As the cloud computing market grows, the battle for work is getting more fierce, particularly among some of the well-known industry players.

Microsoft, Google and Amazon Web Services have made early inroads, but analysts say much of the market is still yet to be realized.

The federal government has adopted a “cloud-first” policy that makes cloud, or Web-based computing, the default choice and has required agencies to move at least three services to the cloud within an 18-month period. The policy announcements have stoked a growing industry of companies — both those better known for commercial work and traditional contractors — hoping to play a part in the shifts.

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