"Government IT managers must accept that cloud computing services are services, not the purchases of technology. This usually represents a fundamental change in how technology is acquired and managed. Since the transaction doesn’t involve any physical entity, procedures and processes associated with the inspection, acceptance, inventory and management of IT may not apply. New parallel policies that apply to virtual the delivery of virtual services must, instead, be developed and put in place."
Do you know how to buy cloud?
- What are the common procurement misconceptions?
- What key terms you need to be looking for in a cloud?
- What are the common cloud procurement mistakes and how do we avoid them?
- How do we write cloud computing procurements?
- What are the different types of cloud and what are the best procurement methodologies for each?
- What is FedRAMP and what does it mean to me?
Date: Thursday, February 19, 2015
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