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11/6/2012 | 6:23:55 AM
re: EPA Chooses Cloud For Email
I do not know why all the government agencies switch their services over to some form of cloud computing, seems like it would save money in the long run. With additional services that are being offered along with the cloud service, that is where the value will be seen for these agencies, that and saving 12 million dollars in saving. I can understand the concern with security but that to is getting better with time and soon will no longer be a concern.

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