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Archive for January 2010

Review: Executive’s Guide to Cloud Computing by Eric Marks and Bob Lozano

Recently, I had the privilege of reviewing an advance copy of Executive’s Guide to Cloud Computing by Eric Marks and Bob Lozano. Available now for pre-order on Amazon, this guide is a crystal ball into the future of business. Not a technical treatise, this excellent book is an insightful description of how cloud computing can quickly sharpen the focus…

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DoD Cloud Computing Session at 5th International Cloud Expo

I’m happy to announce that I will be presenting on DoD Cloud Computing Advances at the 5th International Cloud Expo, April 19-21, 2010 at the Javits Convention Center in New York City. My session will examine specific projects and mission goals that are driving the cloud computing projects at the Defense Information Systems Agency, the National…

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InformationWeek Prediction: Cloud Computing for Classified Software

Yes, I know you’re sick of all the predictions, but I just can’t resist pointing you to Nick Hoover’s “5 Predictions For Government IT in 2010“. In summary: 1. Cybersecurity Will Continue To Be On The Front Burner2. More Agencies Will Begin Forays Into Cloud Computing, Including Public Clouds3. Transparency Won’t Always Be Easy4. Dashboards…

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“Shaping Government Clouds” Just Released

As part of the On The Frontlines series, Trezza Media Group has just released it latest on-line electronic magazine. “Shaping Government Clouds” includes: Pete Tseronis, Chairman of the Federal Cloud Advisory Council, shares his thoughts on how to embrace clud computing possibilities; US Army Major Larry Dillard explains how the Army Experience Center used the…

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Fed Tech Bisnow: If Nostradamus Did RFPs?

Nostradamus may no longer be with us, but check out the “beltway” predictions from Tech Bisnow! “Two hot trends almost all mentioned: early uptick on M&A and cloud computing ubiquity” SAIC guru Mike Daniels Federal marketing wiz Mark Amtower Winvale group managing partner Kevin Lancaster DoD consulting guru Rob Guerra Information Experts CEO Marissa Levin…

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Navy CANES and Cloud Computing

During the first quarter of 2010, the Navy is expected to make the first selection for the Consolidated Afloat Network Enterprise System (CANES). CANES is just one component of the Navy’s overall strategy for its future information technology infrastructure. According to Vice Admiral Harry B. Harris, deputy chief of naval operations for communications networks and…

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GovCloud, “Cloud Musings” rated “Influential” by Topsy

Log in with Twitter A search engine powered by tweets My sincere appreciation and thanks goes out to Topsy for rating my tweets as “Influential”! Topsy is a new kind of search engine that sees the Internet as a stream of conversations. By viewing people and their online conversations as a web of relationships, the…

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Jill Tummler Singer Appointed NRO CIO

Effective January 1, 2010, Jill Tummler Singer will take the reigns as CIO for the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO). As the CIA Deputy CIO, Ms Tummler has been a proponent of cloud computing for the United States Intelligence Community (IC). According to a recent article by Jeremy Geelan, ” She believes that the cloud will…

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Most Influential Cloud Bloggers for 2009

Thank you Ulitzer and SYS-CON Media for naming me to your list of the most influential cloud computing bloggers for 2009. My hearty congratulations go out to the other bloggers that also made the list. Cloud computing definitely made its mark in 2009. The government space on which I focus has clearly made this a…

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