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Splunk will offer discounted products and services to help federal agencies comply with President Joe Biden’s executive order on cyber response. The company said Tuesday its Government Logging Modernization Program will provide federal agency customers with cloud packages, lower-cost storage options, exclusive programmatic pricing, security expertise and cloud migration assessments. Cloud packages and migration services […] More
Splunk has received provisional authorization for its cloud technology offering to host Department of Defense data at a high-level security baseline. The Defense Security Information Systems Agency’s Impact Level 5 accreditation allows Splunk Cloud Platform to handle controlled unclassified information for government customers and signifies that the platform is compliant with security and compliance standards […] More
Teresa Carlson, chief growth officer of Splunk and a six-time Wash100 awardee, said federal government customers are transitioning towards services-based cloud contracts that are managed by commercial data centers, the Washington Business Journal reported Tuesday. “You look at the new models, governments are not always paying for what they are building [to establish cloud services]. […] More

Palantir has launched an enterprise resource planning software product designed to operate with Amazon Web Services' cloud platform and help customers manage disparate business data. "Using AWS, Palantir's ERP Suite can help customers offload the complexity, gain faster intelligence from their data, and make critical decisions," said Teresa Carlson, vice president of the worldwide public sector and industries business at AWS and six-time Wash100 Award recipient.

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Teresa Carlson, vice president of the worldwide public sector and industries at Amazon Web Services and a six-time Wash100 awardee, wrote in an article published Wednesday on the World Economic Forum website that the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated technology adoption and organizations seeking to benefit from technologies should “support the development of a workforce with digital skills.“ She said there are four “must-have conditions“ to help meet the need around skills development and build a future-ready workforce and one is equal access to skills training and education.

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