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L3 Technologies Deploys Microsoft Azure Government for Strategic Cloud Initiative

Christopher Kubasik

TYSONS CORNER, VA, March 29, 2018 L3 Technologies (NYSE: LLL) will implement Microsoft’s (Nasdaq: MSFT) Azure Government cloud platform to transform its global information technology operations, under a five-year strategic collaboration agreement with the technology provider, ExecutiveBiz reported Wednesday.

L3 said Tuesday the agreement is part of its broader effort to address its computing, storage power, compliance and security needs as well as enhance its data use to boost productivity, improve customer experience and save costs.

Christopher Kubasik, L3 president and CEO, said the defense company will use Azure Government to manage a complex IT workload, shared services and enterprise systems that support its business operations.

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