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GSA: Blazing Government's Path To Cloud
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4/3/2014 | 2:00:39 PM
Cloud and the workplace
The more cloud computing matures, the more the conversations seems to focus on rethinking business processes supported by IT as a Service. What's interesting about GSA's story is the degree to which GSA leaders saw the business processes it wanted to change -- namely to reallocate workspace as an on-demand service -- and saw how the cloud could get them there. It's a good example of cloud solving a business problem, not simply being a cheaper way to do IT -- and one that busineses, not just government agencies, would do well take a closer look at. 
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4/3/2014 | 4:02:05 PM
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