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Thinking of a private cloud? Government gets an expanding choice.

November 3, 2010 No Comments

IBM, Lockheed Martin unveil cloud environments for federal and local agencies

The momentum to deliver private cloud computing platforms to government agencies continues to build as IBM and Lockheed Martin enter the fray with new offerings.

IBM is ready to offer the Federal Community Cloud, a secure cloud environment designed for federal agencies. At the local level, IBM is partnering with the New York Conference of Mayors and the Michigan Municipal League to offer the Municipal Shared Services Cloud.

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