InfoReliance to Offer Govt Clients Microsoft Cloud Office 365; Wes Anderson Comments

Cloud Computing, ExecutiveBizInfoReliance will start offering the cloud-based Office 365 email platform to its federal customers under Microsoft‘s certified cloud deployment partner network.

The Microsoft initiative aims to expedite government acquisition of the software offering through an online services agreement, InfoReliance said Thursday.

Wes Anderson, Microsoft vice president of global public sector services, said the company has worked with InfoReliance for more than a decade.

Earlier this year, InfoReliance won a contract to help the Labor Department migrate to an Office 365 cloud computing environment.

The consulting firm received this year’s Microsoft Public Sector Services Partner of the Year Award for Enterprise Services.

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