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04 44 WE GET Sources: 1 MeriTalk.com, “Show Me the Money: The Key to Doubling Agency Savings,” April 2014 2IDC Government Insights, Perspective: Looking Up – U .S . Federal Cloud Forecast Shows Sustained Growth Through 2018,” September 2014 3 Nucleus Research, Availability and Reliability in the Cloud, March 2014 4IDC, Worldwide and Regional Public Cloud IT Services 2014-2018 Forecast, November 2014 CLOUD PRODUCTIVITY & COLLABORATION Faced with rising data needs and constrained budgets, government organizations are turning to cloud computing as a solution. In 2010, the General Services Administration (GSA) was the first federal agency to move basic email and collaboration services into the cloud. Other government organizations soon followed suit. In 2011, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) signed an $11.5 million, three-year contract with systems integrator Earth Resources Technology for cloud-based unified messaging services. NASA shut down Nebula – its own private cloud-computing data center – in 2012 after testing its capabilities against those of Amazon and Microsoft and concluding that public clouds were a more reliable and cost-effective option. If you’re ready to make the transition to the cloud, CDW•G can help make sure it’s a smooth one. Learn more at CDWG.com/Cloud. 38%THEPERCENTAGE OF FEDERAL I.T. MANAGERS WHO SAY THEIR AGENCIES ARE EITHER FULLY DEPLOYED OR PARTIALLY DEPLOYED WITH CLOUD SERVICES; ANOTHER 28% SAY THEY ARE PLANNING TO ADOPT THE CLOUD, AND 23% ARE CONSIDERING CLOUD SERVICES. 1 THE PERCENTAGE OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT I.T. BUDGET SPENT ON CLOUD SERVICES. 2 32% THE PERCENTAGE REDUCTION IN UNPLANNED DOWNTIME ORGANIZATIONS REPORTED AFTER MIGRATING TO A CLOUD INFRASTRUCTURE. 3 6X THE CLOUD MARKET IS GROWING SIX TIMES FASTER THAN THE OVERALL I.T. MARKET. 4 5% 04-05 GSO MKT14F099.indd 1 3/3/15 3:53 PM
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