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CLOUD COMPUTING

Microsoft readying Azure cloud service for government

Microsoft is planning on offering its Azure cloud service to the U.S. Government through a new offering called Windows Azure U.S. Government Cloud.

NAVY

Microsoft wins $66M Navy contract for consulting support services

Microsoft has won a $66.4 million contract to provide the Navy with consulting support services.

TOP CONTRACTS

Who won June's biggest contracts?

June brought another increase in the number of contract awards that we've covered during the month, marking the continuation of a trend we've followed since January. So who are June's big winners?

DISA

Microsoft's $412.2M DISA contract includes access to source code

Microsoft has won a $412.2 million contract for Microsoft Enterprise Technical Support Services for DISA, which includes revealing its source code and other proprietary resources.

CLOUD

Microsoft to expand cloud service into Australia

Microsoft plans on building two cloud computing centers in Australia.

CLOUD

Microsoft to combine Yammer, Office 365 sales teams

Microsoft has begun integrating the Yammer sales team of around 100 representatives into its Office 365 sales team.

CLOUD

Microsoft sets sights on Amazon with cloud offering

With Microsoft just launching its cloud service, some believe the company has mistimed the market; however, the company remains confident that its service will rival that of its biggest competitor, Amazon.

SOFTWARE

Inside Microsoft's $617M software deal with the DOD

Microsoft signs a huge licensing deal with the Defense Department. What does the agreement say about the way the government is buying technology?

Anonymous targets cyber bill supporters

New hacker campaign also promises in-person protests outside offices of supporters of Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act.

VA CIO sheds light on search for Microsoft alternatives

The Veterans Affairs Department is one of several federal agencies looking for alternatives to MS Office, says CIO Roger Baker.

VA looks for Microsoft alternatives

Microsoft Office is the government's dominant productivity suite, but the Veterans Affairs department would like to find a less expensive alternative.

Google stops suit against Interior

Company says Interior will consider them for future cloud solicitations, but the Interior says, 'not so fast.'

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