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Cloud Computing at the Potomac Officer’s Club

So much to blog ….Entry for April 19, 2008

By G C Network | May 18, 2008

When I started this yesterday, I had a list of about five things I wanted to say on this blog. I then decided on a strategy to list topics as I thought of them and then only have one entry a day. Then later, I heard this great sucking sound. It was as if a…

Hello World ! – May 18, 2008

By G C Network | May 18, 2008

I’ve been toying with the idea of doing a blog for about six months now. Initially I didn’t see how any of my contributions to the blogosphere would matter to the world. The importance of this view, however, waned as I became more and more absorbed by the power of Web 2.0. As my participation…

Across the Federal IT landscape, terms like “cloud”, “cloud computing” and Software as a service (SaaS) are at the center of a seismic shift by the agencies away from building and managing every aspect of their IT infrastructure and services.   The potential benefits of cloud computing within the Federal IT landscape are well known, and, the fact is that the role of every CIO across “.Gov” has shifted in a way that makes cloud very difficult to ignore.The CIOs that lead the Federal government agencies are no longer solely responsible for the management of IT, but now face the added pressure of supporting business growth by reducing costs and driving innovation in a concerted effort to build a strategic advantage for their Agency.  One part of the solution is certainly the cloud.  Cost savings,  elasticity, scalability,  “load “bursting”, storage on demand…  these are the advertised benefits of cloud computing, and they certainly help make for a solid business case for any Agency to use either third-party services or a virtualized data center.

Join DBT Data at this must-attend Potomac Officers Club Cloud Computing event, where we’ll bring together technology leaders from across the GovCon industry and Federal thought- leaders actively deploying cloud services within their Federal agencies. We’ll review the program goals and benefits of FedRAMP, and other cloud initiatives across the Federal government. And, like all Potomac Officers Club events, the discussion will be lively, informative and interactive. Speakers include David McClure (GSA) John Pescatore (SANS Institute), Michele Weslander-Quaid (Google) and Keith Trippie (DHS).

Date: December 5, 2013
Time: 7:00am – 9:45am
Member Price: $125.00 Guest Price: $175.00
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