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4/26/2013 | 3:21:03 PM
re: DOD Moves Forward With Cloud Broker Plans
Well if anyone needs
tae access at their fingertips it could be the DOD, and with just cause. Again
this is an example of technology and the role that it plays within our military
and how it literally saves our soldiers lives. I imagine on the part of the DOD being able to
access all data residing in one place would eliminate massive collaboration
between the agencies that would be otherwise difficult if not impossible to
gather all data in a timely manner.

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