The U.S. government still doesn't get it

P@triot

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They are shelling out almost $1 billion dollars to a company which couldn't secure a .txt file from the average 9 year old. For that kind of money, they could easily develop their own platform which would not only be super secure (if built from the ground up with a focus on security) but also be proprietary and thus near unhackable since nobody would even be aware of what they are using or how to attack it.

Microsoft Wins Defense Department Contract for IT Consulting Services
 
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They are shelling out almost $1 trillion dollars to a company which couldn't secure a .txt file from the average 9 year old. For that kind of money, they could easily develop their own platform which would not only be super secure (if built from the ground up with a focus on security) but also be proprietary and thus near unhackable since nobody would even be aware of what they are using or how to attack it.

Microsoft Wins Defense Department Contract for IT Consulting Services

shelling out almost $1 trillion

a five-year contract worth $937 million for technical support

Ummmm....almost $1 billion.
 
They are shelling out almost $1 trillion dollars to a company which couldn't secure a .txt file from the average 9 year old. For that kind of money, they could easily develop their own platform which would not only be super secure (if built from the ground up with a focus on security) but also be proprietary and thus near unhackable since nobody would even be aware of what they are using or how to attack it.

Microsoft Wins Defense Department Contract for IT Consulting Services

shelling out almost $1 trillion

a five-year contract worth $937 million for technical support

Ummmm....almost $1 billion.
Sorry...I mean to type a billion.
 
They are shelling out almost $1 trillion dollars to a company which couldn't secure a .txt file from the average 9 year old. For that kind of money, they could easily develop their own platform which would not only be super secure (if built from the ground up with a focus on security) but also be proprietary and thus near unhackable since nobody would even be aware of what they are using or how to attack it.

Microsoft Wins Defense Department Contract for IT Consulting Services

shelling out almost $1 trillion

a five-year contract worth $937 million for technical support

Ummmm....almost $1 billion.
About 2.5 years of watching Trump Towers.
 

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