Wednesday, July 20, 2011

U.S. to Close 800 Computer Data Centers - NYTimes.com

Government IT heads to the cloud

The federal government is the largest buyer of information technology in the world, spending about $80 billion a year. The Obama administration, in plans detailed Wednesday, is taking aim at some of that by closing 800 of its sprawling collection of 2,000 data centers. The savings, analysts say, will translate into billions of dollars a year and acres of freed-up real estate.

U.S. to Close 800 Computer Data Centers - NYTimes.com

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