Boruff: Bill Koff and Doug Neal are very involved and engaged in our cloud computing program here at CSC. They are providing thought leadership and support through their research and study tours. LEF has another study tour coming up this October called "Doing Business in the Clouds," and my team is very involved in engaged with the LEF and their program.
whurley: Are there any customer success stories CSC has in the cloud that you would like to share?
Boruff: We have several clients we are working closely with now that CSC is assisting in a move to a hybrid cloud computing model. We are early in some of these engagements and others, especially those in the federal government, are confidential and the client doesn't wish to share this information publicly. Over the coming weeks and months as more trusted cloud services offerings and orchestration services are brought to market with our alliance partners, we are focused on sharing and publishing customer success stories.
So I think this is a good move for CSC, but I'm holding out for some customer traction before rendering any opinion. Unless I'm way off -- and it's been known to happen -- the biggest winner here will be the consulting services in the government sector.