Partly Cloudy: Managers Hesitate in Federal Cloud Transition

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Cloud computing has the potential to greatly reduce inefficiencies, increase data center efficiency and utilization rates, and lower operating costs,” former U.S. Chief Information Officer Vivek Kundra testified in 2010. In a recent survey of Government Executive subscribers, conducted by Government Business Council (GBC) in partnership with GTSI, the vast majority of respondents identify similar benefits. Yet many federal executives indicate that they are hesitant to adopt cloud-based solutions. 

Read this GBC report and learn:
  • How much of the federal workload has been moved to the cloud
  • What obstacles agencies face in cloud adoption
  • What opportunities exist for cloud expansion

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