Cloudera data hub coming
The Amazon Web Services-based cloud for the CIA is near completion, according to the CIA’s chief information officer (CIO). On Wednesday, Doug…
The incident was reported by the Süddeutsche Zeitung on Friday, with sources claiming that the decision not to destroy the recording was “idiocy”.
The CIA cloud, the subject of a heated contract battle between IBM and AWS, is now online, according to a DefenseOne report.
In a plot reminiscent of the Cold War, the US created a clandestine social network like Twitter in Cuba that was funded by USAID and relied on text messages.
IBM has conceded its long-running legal battle to build the CIA’s no-longer-so-secret cloud, according to Federal Computer Week.
The U.S. Federal Court of Claims will hear arguments from Amazon and IBM over which company should prevail in the fight to build the CIA’s once-secret cloud.
GovCloud gets CloudFormation and AWS launches a brand new office in Herndon, Virg. where it will hire 500 more people in engineering, customer support and security functions.
In a legal filing, AWS lays out its argument why its bid to build the CIA’s private cloud should stand. The contract is worth an estimated $600 million.
Amazon Web Services isn’t taking IBM’s challenge to its CIA cloud bid laying down: It’s filed a challenge of its own.
With a new $450 million federal cloud computing contract up for bid, will we see tech giants Amazon and IBM duke it out again?
Updated: The Government Accountability Office sided with IBM which claimed the CIA unfairly awarded a secure cloud contract to Amazon Web Services.
CloudHSM could make regulation-constrained companies and agencies more comfortable entrusting workloads to the Amazon Web Services public cloud.
[qi:gigaom_icon_cloud-computing] The Central Intelligence Agency “endorses cloud computing, but only internally,” according to an article today at ComputerWorld, which has me thinking…