federal agencies must innovate the way they leverage IT to keep pace with the demands of today. To do that, many agencies have turned away from traditional IT models to embrace software-defined data centers.
GovLoop and AWS partnered to highlight what secure cloud vendors have to offer agencies that want to take a mission-focused approach to cloud adoption.
One of the ways federal agencies are modernizing their systems is by equipping staff with cloud computing capabilities.
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In an interview with GovLoop, Mike Rohde, Deputy Chief Information Security Officer, Federal at ServiceNow, explained how cloud security requirements like FedRAMP give your organization’s data the protections it deserves.
Oakland County, Michigan is harnessing cloud’s power to help agencies federal, state and local agencies nationwide improve their technology and services.
Results from going to the cloud are apparent, but the long-term benefits will continue to show up in the communities that are being serviced, such as Puerto Rico.
How can government ensure effective security for cloud? Cloud security is a shared responsibility between the cloud provider and the agency.
Because governments have so many applications, platforms and servers, the security systems required to keep networks safe are abundant and diverse.
Cloud services keep this journey moving smoothly – but what happens when security slows down your progress? Using cloud security requirements can help.