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Shocker: Government Agency Drafts Sensible Cloud Computing Strategy

July 23, 2012 No Comments

The Department of Defense has released a cloud computing strategy that will move the organization’s current applications from a “duplicative, cumbersome, and costly set of application silos to an end state designed to create a more agile, secure, and cost-effective service environment that can rapidly respond to changing mission needs.” To move this effort along, the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) has been named as the “enterprise cloud service broker” to help maintain mission assurance and information interoperability.

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