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January 27th, 2020
Read Carahsoft's Top 10 Blogs of 2019 focusing on the top Government IT trends and initiatives, including Customer Engagement, DevOps and Cloud Computing.
- 21st century IDEA, Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, category management, Citizen Engagement, Cloud Computing, DevOps, FedRAMP, Intelligence Solutions, Machine Learning, Mobility, Open Source, Top 10 Blogs, workflow automation
October 24th, 2019
Salesforce's Andrew Randall talks how the USDA accomplished their technological transformation using the FedRAMP authorized Salesforce Government Cloud.
October 2nd, 2017
There are some truly effective data-centric tools out there to add to your security arsenal – and digital rights management is one of the best.
February 23rd, 2017
Despite large investments by the U.S. government in digital technologies, government continues to lag behind their private sector counterparts.
October 24th, 2016
The explosion of cloud technologies in the early 2010s was followed by a subsequent explosion of cybersecurity breaches that caused many government organizations to rethink transitioning to the cloud. To address these concerns, a government-wide program, FedRAMP, was launched in 2012, to produce a set of cloud security standards for all federal agencies to follow. These standards have helped government and technology providers, including GovDelivery, to raise the bar on cloud security.
- Cloud, Cloud Computing, Cybersecurity, FedRAMP, GovDelivery, Government Cybersecurity, Innovation in Government
September 20th, 2016
The General Services Administration (GSA) recently announced a restructured and streamlined approval process that will enable vendors to more quickly achieve a Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) Authority to Operate (ATO).
- Acquia, Adobe Acrobat Professional, Akamai, BlackMesh, BMC, Box, Cloud Computing, FedRAMP, Google, Google for Work, GovDelivery, HPE, Salesforce, ServiceNow, Virtustream, VMware
August 22nd, 2016
Earlier this year, ServiceNow, received a FedRAMP Authority to Operate (ATO) for their service automation government cloud. With that lengthy certification process behind them, Bob Osborn, ServiceNow’s Federal Chief Technology Officer, and Mike Rohde, ServiceNow’s Federal Chief Information Security Officer, sat down to discuss what they learned both about the certification process and about the FedRAMP program as a whole.