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Microsoft has provided its government cloud platform and database technology to the Department of Veterans Affairs in an effort to help VA launch a web-based tool for military veterans and family members to access their healthcare data electronically. Susie Adams, chief technology officer of Microsoft’s federal business, said Thursday VA’s Access to Care platform is built and hosted in […] More
Susie Adams, chief technology officer of Microsoft's federal business, has urged agencies to use the White House's proposed $3.1 billion information technology modernization fund for cloud transition analysis efforts, Nextgov reported Friday. Mohana Ravindranath writes Adams advised government agencies to develop a multiyear plan and use the proposed budget to examine what applications must be […] More
Federal agencies should include concepts and changes in technology surrounding the Internet of Things as they work to secure mobile devices inside their networks, Microsoft‘s Susie Adams told MeriTalk in an interview published Monday. Adams, federal chief technology officer for the software giant, said the mindset of federal agencies should be to have a network of secure […] More
Susie Adams, chief technology officer of Microsoft‘s federal government business, has recommended that agencies implement user-focused security policies to manage personal devices in the workplace, GCN reported Friday. “It's about governance first,“ Adams told GCN in an interview. “Maintaining control over employee access to data regardless of the device becomes probably the most important thing […] More
Microsoft is working with federal customers to explore how the Azure platform could work in a government-only cloud computing environment, GCN reported Wednesday. John Moore writes Microsoft has launched a series of private previews of its Azure U.S. Government Cloud and is slated to roll out the service this year. Susie Adams, Microsoft’s federal chief […] More
Susie Adams serves as chief technology officer for Microsoft's federal government business where she oversees and implements the technical strategy for Microsoft's Defense Department, civilian and Intelligence Community businesses. Adams joined Microsoft federal sales in 1999 and has held several leadership positions as the director of the Reston Microsoft Technology Center and most recently the CTO of the […] More
Microsoft has secured approval from a federal government body to offer Windows Azure for agencies to build and manage applications in a cloud computing infrastructure. The FedRAMP Joint Authorization Board gave Windows Azure a provisional authority-to-operate certificate under the government-wide FedRAMP program, Microsoft said Monday. Susie Adams, chief technology officer for Microsoft Federal, said the […] More
In Microsoft Federal CTO Susie Adams‘ opinion, the transition to cloud computing is a gradual process that begins with small steps. “We encourage agencies to take baby steps and really do a cost benefit analysis,“ she said, adding, “In some instances, it may not be a wise business decision to move a particular workload to […] More
Cloud adoption by government customers isn't an all-or-nothing proposition, says Susie Adams, chief technology officer for Microsoft Federal‘s Civilian business. “We encourage agencies to take baby steps and really do a cost benefit analysis,“ she says, adding, “In some instances, it may not be a wise business decision to move a particular workload to the […] More

Some industry experts said the introduction of draft guidance to implement the Trusted Internet Connections 3.0 policy seeks to reflect the move to separate the Department of Homeland Security's EINSTEIN cybersecurity program from the TIC initiative, Federal News Network reported Tuesday. “TIC 3.0 isn't here to kill EINSTEIN, but decouple it from TIC. I think some form of EINSTEIN will still need to exist," said Stephen Kovac, vice president of global government and corporate compliance at Zscaler.

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