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New York City Adopts IBM Cloud Computing For 50 City Agencies

January 31, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE:  CBR

New York City has hired IBM for cloud computing for the technology departments of more than 50 of its city agencies, the US technology and consulting firm said.

The city, which faces a deficit of $4.4bn, is expected to save $100m in five years by harnessing the location-independent computing format, IBM added.

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