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Unisys‘ work to help the National Archives and Record Administration migrate its infrastructure to a Google cloud environment was the company’s fourth project for an agency’s transition to the search giant’s platform, ZDNet reported Monday. Heather Clancy writes Unisys has also helped the Energy Department, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and General Services Administration move […] More
The New New Internet recently reported Unisys had won $7.2 million to transfer 4,500 employees at the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration to Google Apps for Government, a cloud-based email and collaboration solution. PV Puvvada, Unisys Federal Systems group vice president for civilian agencies, caught up with ExecutiveBiz to discuss the NA cloud transition. The executive […] More
One year since Unisys implemented a Google cloud computing platform for the U.S. General Services Administration, agency employees have created and shared more than 274,000 documents and created 500 internal websites using the platform. The company said GSA selected Unisys to install Google Apps for Government in 2010 and the agency began using Google’s email […] More
Unisys has completed its transition of 5,000 personnel at the Energy Department‘s Idaho National Laboratory to a Google cloud-based email and collaboration platform, Unisys announced Wednesday. Battelle Energy Alliance, DOE’s management and operations contractor for the lab, awarded Unisys the contract in August 2011 to implement Google Apps for Government. Anthony Hess, group vice president […] More
Two Google Cloud executives described how the company’s cybersecurity framework can help agencies adopt zero trust principles to ensure the protection of cloud-based data assets and applications. Jeanette Manfra and Dan Prieto wrote in a joint blog post published Friday the BeyondCorp Enterprise platform offers an integrated approach for government organizations to defend against security […] More
Google has launched a new cloud-based sandbox environment in an effort to help government agencies, laboratories and academic institutions advance research, development and prototyping of tools for both beginner and experienced users. The RAD Lab is designed to provide a virtual space where teams can experiment and create cloud environments without the risk of affecting […] More
Mike Daniels, vice president of global public sector at Google Cloud, has highlighted how the Air Force Research Laboratory employs the company’s Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program-certified cloud-based productivity and collaboration platform to ensure scientists and engineers have access to a hybrid environment where they can continue working together. Lab personnel are now using […] More
Google has secured high authorization under the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program for its cloud-based collaboration platform. Mike Daniels, vice president of Google Cloud’s global public sector business, wrote in a blog post published Wednesday the FedRAMP High authorization given to Google Workspace will provide federal customers a secure environment to collaborate with other […] More
The Defense Innovation Unit has issued “success memos” to Zscaler, Google‘s cloud business and McAfee after the technology vendors met prototyping objectives of the agency’s Secure Cloud Management program. All three companies developed platforms that work to help DIU users secure access to software-as-a-service applications via the internet, the Department of Defense’s innovation arm said […] More

Mike Daniels, vice president of global public sector at Google Cloud, wrote in a blog post published Thursday that the company has expanded its list of government and security compliance certifications for its cloud service offerings to address public sector requirements. One of those is the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program High certification for the company's Cloud DNS platform.

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