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Microsoft’s Curt Kolcun: Agencies Less Wary of Cloud Migration

Curt Kolcun
Curt Kolcun

TYSONS CORNER, VA May 26, 2015 — Curt Kolcun, vice president for Microsoft’s (Nasdaq: MSFT) U.S. public sector business, indicated that government agencies are now less apprehensive of cloud computing technologies, thanks to wider adoption that has shown how they could be applied to each organization’s unique mission, ExecutiveBiz reported Friday.

“Initial concerns around moving to the cloud are being countered by real-world government success stories, ” Kolcun said Thursday.

“As for data security, government agencies across federal, state and local are learning that the cloud can address their deepest concerns and mission-critical needs.”

He made the remarks in conjunction with the release of a new Forbes Insights survey that reports on early adopter thoughts in the areas of scalability, cost savings and security.

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