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IBM offers the only cloud secure enough for the US Army

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US Army turns to IBM to build, manage private cloud data center

US Army turns to IBM to build, manage private cloud data center*/

– US ArmyIBM officially announced January 18 that it’s signed a deal to build, manage and operate a private cloud data center for the US Army, within the Army’s Redstone Arsenal near Huntsville, Alabama.The deal marks the first time the Army has turned to a private company to run a large-scale data center on its behalf within a military installation.The on-premise private cloud initiative is part of a one-year task order.
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IBM offers the only cloud secure enough for the US Army

IBM offers the only cloud secure enough for the US Army*/

– Image: iStockphoto/NiyazzIBM signed a five-year deal with the US Army to build out and manage a private cloud data center, the company announced on Wednesday.The deal, worth $62 million, will see the data center placed at the Army’s Redstone Arsenal in Alabama.The project will require Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Impact Level 5 (IL-5) Provisional Authorization, according to a press release.
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IBM scores cloud contract with U.S. Army that could be worth $62M

IBM scores cloud contract with U.S. Army that could be worth $62M*/

– [Editor’s Note: A reference in the headline to the financial value of the contract has been corrected since the original post.]Big cloud players like Microsoft and Amazon Web Services make serving the federal government a major part of their business, but they’re not alone.IBM just landed a U.S. Army contract that could be worth $62 million.
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