The government chief information officer is eating his own dog food by getting involved in a discussion of cloud computing on Google groups. The cloud computing interoperability forum was discussing the implications of plans for government-created nationwide cloud computing - that government departments would use cloud computing …
I've only got one question
At last it can be asked - do Government CIOs dream of electric sheep ?
Huh, didn't realise they were rare when we had them on our farm. Everyone kept asking us how our goats were... They are sheep you fools!!!
On one hand and then on the other ...
I'd guess that organisations like google could provide cloud cover as required (if governments smiled nicely at them they might even do it as a beta? :-) ) and it would probably be far more effective than anything procured by administrators (not IT admin but government admin).
That said, what about security?
Change the Game and Play with New Flexible Rules
"That said, what about security?" .... By Anonymous Coward Posted Friday 19th June 2009 23:05 GMT.
In a Transparency is Security always Guaranteed and Provided against Maladministration and Corrupt and Sinister Practice, by Virtue of Open Declaration of Intent with Supporting IT Content for Subsequent Applications/Theatres of Operations.
Building an Operation on a False Prospectus/Imaginary Inventory and Running up Crippling Debts for Foreign Invoicing with a Death and Destruction Delivery Program for Puppet Society Rebuild/Care and Maintenance/Entrapment is a Perverse Ruse, which has no Friends and does not Play Well with Others.
Quite why any other than the hopelessly insane and certifiably mad would be party to any of that sort of enterprise, is a sad and valid indictment of the low level of human intelligence, and especially that of the slower witted male of the species.
Does he collect EU subsidies as well?
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