According to the International Data Corporation (IDC), the US government will spend $1.7 billion on private clouds in 2014, with a projected estimate of $7.7 billion for the year 2017. This is not surprising based on the government’s keen interest in the cloud space dating back to the Nebula cloud computing project from NASA in 2008. A string of government bodies such as the US Army, Air Force, Navy, USDA, Department of Justice, Department of…
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