QTS to Showcase Gov’t-Focused Cloud, Managed IT Services Portfolio

qtsQTS Realty Trust has announced it will hold a networking reception in Vienna, Virginia, to present the company’s expanded portfolio of managed information technology hosting, data center and cloud migration service offerings designed for federal agencies.

The event for QTS channel partners, technology providers and clients will take place at the Tower Club on Thursday from 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., the company said Thursday.

Peter Weber, chief product officer at QTS, plans to discuss during the event how the company has transformed its portfolio to comply with the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program, the Federal Information Security Management Act and other government IT security standards.

John Lind, QTS vice president of federal sales, will also deliver a presentation at the reception.

Carahsoft Technology, VMware and Vormetric are among the event’s sponsors.

QTS said it currently holds more than 50 authority-to-operate certifications in the federal civilian, defense and intelligence sectors.

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