IBM has announced that the company has inked a $1 billion deal to take the IT infrastructure of the Department of the Interior (DOI) to the cloud. The transformation will involve security, services and hosting to get the department current in the world of technology.
IBM has been delivering trusted and secure cloud services to business and government clients for decades, and working with virtualization technologies for more than 40 years,” said Anne Altman, General Manager, IBM US Federal. “Our Cloud offerings are backed by a long history of successful work in hardware, software and services wrapped in world renowned security offerings, unmatched R&D, and secure supply chains. We’re committed to infusing these capabilities, proven security and reliability, and leading-edge technology into our work with the US Department of the Interior over the next decade.”
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