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“It would have cost a lot more to run our own servers and network, and if a disaster happened managing something like that would be very difficult, especially if the prefecture office was damaged,” said Keisuke Uchiyama, a Shizuoka official who works with the system.
The article, reposted from PC World, is an interesting read about the necessary shift that our public organizations will be making in coming months and years.
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