NATO has signed an agreement with IBM to develop a cloud computing infrastructure that will provide improved data center efficiencies and increased information sharing among the defense organization’s 28 member nations.

The defense organization announced that under the NATO Allied Command Transformation (ACT) project, it will work with IBM to explore and demonstrate a new cloud computing model that could be used to consolidate and integrate technologies for critical command and control programs.

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