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GameChanger: Cloud Infrastructure: Whitepaper

The government has long embraced the concept of open source computing, starting in earnest in 2009 with the Obama administration’s Open Government Initiative. Today, the concept of open government has even extended to the cloud. Download this whitepaper to further explore the emerging trends of cloud infrastructures as well as discover the tips for maximizing cloud benefits for your organization.

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It’s Not Public Versus Private Clouds - It’s the Right Infrastructure at the Right Time with the IBM Systems and Storage Portfolio: Whitepaper

In this whitepaper, you will learn about state of the art dynamic hybrid cloud deployments as well as IBM’s Systems and Storage offerings that represents a complete set of hardware, software, and hosted offerings to meet the needs of the modern enterprise and emerging cloud service providers.


Cloud Control: Moving to the Comfort Zone: Whitepaper

As cloud deployments accelerate, there's no question that Federal agencies are reaping the benefits – improved agility, less IT complexity, and greater collaboration through shared services. But, while the benefits are clear, concerns around data stewardship and management can stop migrations in their tracks. So how are Federal agencies dealing with the control challenge? To find out, MeriTalk surveyed 153 Federal IT professionals closely involved in their agency's cloud implementations.


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