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Move to the cloud could set CIOs free

Jul 23, 2010 | Government Computer News

The move to cloud computing will give agency chief information officers the chance to perform the job they were tasked to do 14 years ago with the passage of the Clinger- Cohen Act, Pat Stingley, chief technology officer with the Bureau of Land Management, told attendees at a recent seminar on virtualization and the data center.

There is concern among the information technology community that the move to outsource IT operations to cloud computing environments means CIOs won’t have anything to do anymore, Stingley said.

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