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Vienna, VA, United States, 2012/11/08 - NJVC is pleased to announce that Kevin L. Jackson, vice president and general manager, cloud services, launched his second book, GovCloud II: Implementation and Cloud Brokerage Services - NJVC.com.
NJVC®, an information technology (IT) solutions provider headquartered in northern Virginia, is pleased to announce that Kevin L. Jackson, vice president and general manager, cloud services, launched his second book, GovCloud II: Implementation and Cloud Brokerage Services—published by Government Training, Inc.This handbook, geared to IT professionals and senior decision makers in both the public and private sectors, explains how the cloud computing economic model can provide enhanced mission or business capabilities without commensurate increases in resource expenditures.
“Too often in the past federal IT projects ran over budget, were behind schedule or failed to deliver promised functionality,” Jackson said. “The cloud computing economic model can reduce or eliminate the expectation of operations and sustainment costs. The time required to realize mission or business value also is substantially reduced. Through this model, the impossible can suddenly become not only possible, but often can lead to new, cloud-enabled mission or business capabilities.”
GovCloud II also describes the various ways the cloud computing model can be implemented—through infrastructure as a service, platform as a service and software as a service—and why the use of cloud brokerage services will transform how organizations will plan, provision and manage their IT enterprises and data.
The book was co-written by Don Philpott, who also was the co-author of Jackson’s first book, GovCloud: Cloud Computing for the Business of Government Update and Outlook. This book—one of the first of its kind targeted to the federal marketplace—offersan easy, five-step process to help readers understand what cloud computing is, and choose the best cloud-related options to implement to meet their particular organizations’ needs. GovCloud also provides useful information on cloud model administration requirements and industry-wide standards.
Additional information on and purchasing details forGovCloud II are available at governmenttraininginc.com/.
A limited number of copies of the book are available to interested members of the news media. A high-res version of the GovCloud book cover and Jackson’s headshot also are available.