When the day comes that the federal government can entrust private-sector companies with maintaining its cloud environments, some magical things could happen.
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The Data-Driven Justice Initiative brings together public, private and non-profit organizations committed to using criminal justice and health emergency data to reduce incarceration numbers and cost.
The Saferide cloud app lets users call a single number that forwards ride requests to volunteer designated drivers.
Shifting security information and event management applications to the cloud gives IT managers the agility to proactively monitor, identify and respond to threats.
Accela’s CivicPay solution gives governments a single platform for managing payments from citizens.
Improvements to GeoPlatform.Gov include semantic search, application program interfaces, advanced developer tools and service monitoring and metrics.
Along with the release of the high baseline requirements, the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program announced that Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and CSRA have been granted Provisional Authority to Operate.
Agencies have already leveraged hyper-converged infrastructure for sharing storage, virtual desktop infrastructure and workload consolidation.
Evolutionary changes in technology and policy have created a climate for technology-fueled automation and efficiency in the data center.
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HCI is the latest response to the need for a scalable, cost-effective, adaptable and easily provisioned data center architecture.
Hosted on a private cloud, the AWS Marketplace for the U.S. Intelligence Community allows IC agencies to search, buy and deploy software and applications from authorized vendors.