There's nothing like an unexpected phenomenon such as an earthquake to get folks thinking. For some in the federal contracting business, it might be reevaluating their data storage/continuity of operations business with the potential for new federal clients.
There's no doubt the cloud and remote storage are where it's at, but tough budget cycles have made some agencies slow down their efforts to move these initiatives forward. Will a friendly natural disaster help them lean back the other way? What do you think?