The Department of Defense strategic initiatives are to develop a new course of action with cloud computing, which will help military services and their missions, as a whole. This new direction will also engage commercial cloud services vendors, a pre-existing source, to immediately leverage commercial sector cloud innovations for DoD operations. Further information available at DoD Priorities for Cloud Computing. This new development in Military use of cloud computing, which has the potentials to optimize DoD operations, is a move toward collaboration and efficiency which helps the military to be more effective with mobile devices and other related cloud technology. DoD is ready to implement new cloud approaches to further progress these DoD priorities for cloud computing benefits. DoD priorities for Cloud Computing The key part of DoD’s strategy to… Read More »DoD Priorities for Cloud Computing
GSA 8a STARS II GWAC
GSA 8a STARS II GWAC is a pre-competed Government-wide Acquisition Contract available to all DoD and Federal Agencies for rapid acquisition of Information Technologies services and solutions.
The GSA STARS II multiple award contract facilitates an effective and powerful method of contracting for professional support services and helping small business involvement. The Navy encourages new innovative cloud industries to have a chance of accomplishing efficiency and effective use of cloud computing in maritime application. Further information available at DoD Security Requirements for Cloud. Cloud computing firms have been coming forward to develop comprehensive cloud computing technology processes while providing world class services at lower cost. However, there is a need to understand the protection requirements of cloud in military application. Security is best accomplished from a micro and macro approach, which includes building new security frameworks and enhancing existing secure frameworks, evaluating mission and risk, and systems integrity examinations. DoD Security Requirements for Cloud All DoD Information… Read More »DoD Security Requirements for Cloud
Procurement of cloud computing services is a simple process. The 8a STARS II task order process is streamlined so that you can implement cloud computing for your department in a timely manner. Further information available at Purchasing Cloud through 8a STARS II. Purchasing Cloud Computing through GSA 8(a) STARS II To comply with the acquisition processes; the awardees have the opportunity to complete for 8(a) STARS II task orders in fair competition with performance based statements of work when required. Opportunities are available in a e-commerce style portal which presents solicitations for task order competition. The contract prohibits time and materials orders and undefined orders. Each indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) multiple award contract (MAC) is for a base of five (5) years with two five (5) year options which… Read More »Procurement of Cloud Computing with 8aSTARS II
According to the recent news, it has been got to know that the Navy would like to initiate a better plan for concluding legacy data centers as they would like to shift military data to secure commercial cloud facilities. So, it has been clear that the Navy wants to increase to the utilization of cloud computing in future IT processes. It has been expected that the utilization of cloud computing services with a effective strategy to gain cost efficiencies on more than 12,000 servers and enlarge its original range of 67 data center consolidations. Security is further enhanced when systems are consolidated on the cloud. Now, the question is – does cloud computing create cost efficiency for the Navy? Cloud computing surely creates cost efficiency for the Navy and Marine… Read More »Does cloud computing create cost efficiency for the Navy?
Information Technology leaders agree that Cloud Native MicroServices facilitates mobility. Further information available at Cloud Native MicroServices. However, portability can be hindered when data is congested in stove-piped data storage systems. The requirements for mobility originate from the need for rapid access of information with location independence. Rapid access to information is the key for rapid knowledge supported decision making. Cloud computing to enterprise mobility Cloud Computing Technologies helps develop enterprise portability and efficiency. It also drives the flexibility of working environments and builds organizations’ adaptability. cloud computing empowers two sorts of versatility, expanded access and lower cost of operation in working environments. The first one is cloud computing permits representatives to move all the more sensitive data into a single security point inside of the organization itself. The second… Read More »Cloud Native MicroServices
Healthcare IT and Electronic Medical Record Support Cloud Computing Technologies with over a decade of supporting IT healthcare systems for hospital and medical facilities brings vast experience and capability. Our healthcare industry expertise and broad technical competence provides your medical practice or medical facility with a wide range of Healthcare IT service support options. Further information available at Federal Healthcare IT Cloud Services Provider. Health Information Technology We provide sound project implementation methodologies and full project life cycle approaches to ensure our client solutions are successful. We collaborate with our clients and leverage our extensive and advanced collection of resources, tools, and technology to combine innovative results for our clients. Health Information Technology Electronic Medical Records (EMR) Solutions; provide physicians and medical personnel the ability to collect, store and exchange… Read More »Healthcare IT
Federal Cloud Computing Services with GSA 8(a) STARS Cloud Computing Technologies provides federal cloud computing services to Federal Agencies as a cloud solutions provider. With partners having FedRAMP compliant cloud service provider (CSP), Amazon AWS, agencies will meet their cloud security requirements in storing, processing, and protecting any government data while gaining socio-economic credits. Through FedRAMP, agencies gain assurance of compliance of federal cloud computing services without having to conduct their own security review saving time and effort. Further information available at Federal Cloud Service Broker. The GSA 8(a) STARS II, a preferred contract procurement vehicle for Federal Cloud Services, permits a cloud facilities integrated IT solution with directed orders under $4.0 million, per FAR 19.804-6. Task orders may be configured in Fixed-Price, Time and Materials, Labor-Hour, or a Hybrid… Read More »Federal Cloud Computing Services