Groupware Added to AWS Public Sector Partner Network

Jeff Brody

Groupware Technology has been accepted as a public sector partner of Amazon Web Services and will offer secure and scalable platforms for education, government and nonprofit organizations.

It has achieved major program requirements, including customer references and accreditations, to participate in AWS' partner network, Groupware said Tuesday.

“We look forward to working with public sector organizations to help them accelerate their digital transformation by migrating their workloads to cloud,“ said Daryl Harrington, director of cloud solutions at Groupware.

Groupware is an information technology firm that offers data center infrastructure, rack integration, first call support and cloud computing services. It is based in Campbell, Calif.

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