Army Chooses IBM Hybrid Cloud to Power Logistics Systems Support

Anne Altman
Anne Altman

TYSONS CORNER, VA April 10, 2015 — Executive Mosaic — ExecutiveBiz reported Thursday on the U.S. Army selecting IBM Hybrid Cloud to run its Logistics Support Activity, a data center military decision makers rely on for logistics intelligence and technical advice as they aim for on-time and proper material distribution and equipment readiness in global missions.

“The Army not only recognized a trend in IT that could transform how they deliver services to their logistics personnel around the world, they also implemented a cloud environment quickly, ” Anne Altman, general manager at IBM Federal, said Wednesday.

“They’re taking advantage of the inherent benefits of hybrid cloud: security and the ability to connect it with an existing IT system. It also gives the Army the flexibility to incorporate new analytics services and mobile capabilities.”

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