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Microsoft has announced that Azure Government Top Secret, its cloud offering dealing with modernizing infrastructure and data management tooling for classified U.S. Government operations, has hit GA.
The U.S. DoD today announced that it was shelving the controversial JEDI contract awarded to Microsoft, citing industry advances. It will now work with both Microsoft and Amazon on a new project.
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The United States Department of Defense (DoD) today reaffirmed that after re-evaluation of revised bids from Microsoft and Amazon, the JEDI contract will continue to be offered to Microsoft.
Microsoft has been awarded the Department of Defense's JEDI contract, beating Amazon. Microsoft will now help the DOD develop tech to allow comms with soldiers on the battlefield and in remote areas.
Today, further details have emerged regarding Microsoft's five-year enterprise services contract with the U.S. Department of Defense, along with an official announcement from the tech giant.
Microsoft's President, Brad Smith, said today that the company will pursue the Pentagon's $10 billion cloud project. Smith's statement comes after other vendors have protested the program.
Even before bids are due for the U.S. Department of Defense's $10 billion cloud computing contract, IBM is now disputing the agency's intention to award the contract to a single provider.
The chief information officer at the US Department of Defense has stated that one of the DoD's top priorities this year will be completing the migration of almost all of its systems to Windows 10.
A new congressional reports shows that every year the US government spends a shocking amount of money just to maintain ancient computer systems that it still uses; in some cases as old as 50 years.
The Department of Defense will upgrade over 4 million machines "from laptops to desktops to mobile devices, including Surface" by February 2017, which Microsoft calls "an unprecedented move".