Tag Archives: cloud first

Forcepoint Presents Cybersecurity Predictions for 2020

Forcepoint called on its strategists, researchers and engineers to identify and discuss cybersecurity trends they forecast for the coming year and one of those predictions concerns with the Cloud Smart strategy. Eric Trexler, vice president of global government at Forcepoint, shared that more organizations will transition from Cloud First to Cloud Smart in 2020 but will remain “cloud dumb“ when it comes to ensuring the security of their public cloud environments.

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FBI Releases Cloud Computing Service RFI

The FBI has issued a request for information on potential vendors of cloud-based  infrastructure as-a-service, platform as-a-service and software as-a-service offerings. A FedBizOpps notice posted Friday says the bureau plans to acquire PaaS and SaaS platforms from a cloud service provider with a large-scale commercial offering in an effort to comply with the …

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Teresa Carlson: AWS to Increase Cloud Infrastructure Investment in Australia

Teresa Carlson, vice president of worldwide public sector at Amazon Web Services, has said the company’s Australian operations will receive infrastructure upgrades to meet anticipated customer demand, The Australian Financial Review reported Monday. Carlson told the publication that AWS constantly evolves its cloud infrastructure in Australia as part of efforts …

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EPAY Systems Obtains FedRAMP Certification for Human Capital Mgmt Offerings

EPAY Systems has gained Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program certification to offer its human capital management platforms to government agencies. The company said Monday it aims to support government “Cloud First” initiatives and help federal customers manage and secure information. EPAY Systems implemented measures to reduce cyber risks as well as increase uptime and resistance to data …

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DLT Solutions Gets Amazon Web Services Government Competency Certification

DLT Solutions has earned Amazon Web Services‘ Government Competency certification for DLT’s work to support government customer readiness for cloud migration. DLT said Tuesday it will build on its earlier certification as an AWS Managed Service Provider to help customers establish their “cloud readiness factor” and provide them support for AWS cloud services. AWS Government Competency …

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TSA Seeks IT Engineering, Application Architecture Support for Customer Engagement Division

The Department of Homeland Security's Transportation Security Administration has requested information on potential vendors that can provide information technology consulting, engineering and application architecture services for the office of information technology's customer engagement and development division. TSA said in a FedBizOpps notice published Friday potential contractors will work to support …

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Oracle Launches US Federal Cloud Product Suite; Mark Johnson Comments

Oracle has launched a new cloud computing service for U.S. federal agencies that is intended to help agencies comply with the White House’s “Cloud First” policy. The company will make three software-as-a-service products available through its Oracle Government Cloud suite and also plans to roll out infrastructure-as-a-service and platform-as-a-service options in …

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Don Turner: 7 Reasons Federal Agencies are Migrating to the Cloud

Recently, U.S. federal government agencies have been migrating their legacy systems to the cloud in order to reduce costs, increase productivity and streamline processes, according to an article written by Don Turner of Avaya Government Solutions. He says the cloud resonates with today's budget-strapped federal agencies such as the Departments of Interior, Agriculture …

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