Concurrent Technologies’ Cloud SaaS Platform Gets FedRAMP Authorization; Greg Hoffman Comments

ConcurrentTechConcurrent Technologies Corp. has received approval from the FedRAMP Joint Authorization Board to provide cloud hosting services to U.S. federal agencies.

CTC won a provisional authority to operate certification for the unclassified remote hosted desktop platform it built initially for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, the company said Friday.

Knowledge Consulting Group assessed and validated the CTC software-as-a-service offering as an independent third-party auditor under the FedRAMP program.

Greg Hoffman, a CTC program manager, said the URHD SaaS architecture is designed to help government organizations manage and protect information in the cloud.

The company also intends for its platform to facilitate data sharing between warfighters and cooperating agencies via mobile devices.

Matt Goodrich, FedRAMP program manager at the General Services Administration, said CTC will leverage Autonomic Resources‘ technology when delivering cloud managed services.

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