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The Defense Department’s Forced March to the Public Cloud

January 13, 2012 No Comments

The 2012 National Defense Authorization Act directs the DoD (Department of Defense) to transition from private clouds controlled by the DoD to public, commercial clouds. The idea is that commercial clouds can provide better service at a lower cost to the taxpayers. But critics say that through this law “Congress has now increased costs, delays, and security risks for the DoD.”

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