Clouds Continue to Roll In: IBM Looks at Cloud Solutions for NATO

IBM (NYSE: IBM) was selected by NATO’s Allied Command Transformation to look at ways the organization might use cloud computing to improve communications between its 28 member nations.

The project supports NATO’s “efforts to restructure the alliance to meet 21st century technology challenges.”

“We are pleased to share IBM’s expertise in cloud computing with NATO and explore ways to help this important organization improve their technology capabilities, ” said Anne Altman, general manager, IBM Global Public Sector. “Cloud computing has the potential to dramatically improve decision-making based on real-time data and lay a strong foundation for greater focus on innovation so that NATO can achieve its complex mission requirements.”

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