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Re: For Federal Cloud Investing, Change Is the Only Constant
Posted by: John K. Higgins 2016-03-04 08:09:56
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Vivek Kundra, the former federal CIO, envisioned that 25 percent of the funds the federal government spends each year on information technology could productively be deployed through cloud-based systems. Two recent reports on the status of federal cloud procurement show that for government IT managers, market and technical factors that were either nonexistent or modest in their impact when Kundra was serving as federal CIO just five years ago will affect future cloud deployments.


Re: For Federal Cloud Investing, Change Is the Only Constant
Posted by: posturebeads 2016-03-04 15:55:46 In reply to: John K. Higgins
Why are we so hesitant to embrace “the Cloud”? Why are business and banks not using the Cloud? That is all going to change thanks to CORA (Context Order Replacement Algorithm). With CORA, the cloud becomes the most secure method to keep our data safe and secure.
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