IT Insight From NJVC Thought Leaders

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  • In response to recent trends in federal information management to move towards cloud computing the Intelligence and National Security Alliance convened a working group to study the mission impacts of cloud computing on the Intelligence Community (IC). The Cloud Computing Task Force collected and analyzed data through a concerted effort in which two groups conducted over 50 interviews with thought leaders and policy makers in the public and private sectors.
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  • Cloud computing is a game changer. The value of the new approach of cloud computing to the provisioning and consuming information technology lies within its ability to enable more efficient and effective information sharing. Its merit is not just in cost savings, but in enhanced mission and business enhancements and improved allocation of resources. Its characteristics not only dramatically transform how an information technology infrastructure is managed, but also the traditional roles of enterprise IT professionals to a more service management orientation—as they become responsible for helping their internal customers better use the externally provided IT services. Building a cloud computing roadmap is essential to unlocking the value of the cloud in a predictable fashion with acceptable risk. This paper outlines the essential steps to constructing a solid cloud computing roadmap.
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  • Cloud computing, as defined by the National Institute of Standards and Technology, is a model for enabling “… convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources (e.g., networks, servers, storage, applications and services) that can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction.” NIST is implying the economies of scale that go with cloud computing when it refers to a pool of configurable computing resources.
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