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U.S. Government Soars into the Cloud

You know that huge deficit prediction we all read about this week? Don't blame the national IT department (or whatever it's called) for it; the CIO of the U.S. is, apparently, all about saving money with cloud computing. (By the way, we try to keep RCPU as apolitical as possible, so please spare us the e-mails attacking or defending one party or the other over the deficit. We just thought it made a semi-clever lead-in to this entry. That's all.)

Posted by Lee Pender on 08/26/2009 at 1:22 PM


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