Need to Know Memo: Finding Savings in the Cloud

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Federal agencies are now capable of making their information and operations available nearly anywhere that has a secure Internet connection. They're already tapping into substantial savings from cloud computing and data center consolidation. 

Experts say the shift could ultimately could ultimately save the government as much as $20 billion per year. It could also bring many other benefits, from facilitating telework to encouraging energy efficiency to speeding IT upgrades and advances.

In a new Need to Know Memo, Matthew Weigelt explores the implications of cloud computing, data center consolidation, virtualization, remote access and infrastructure diversification.

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