Advanced Computing in the Age of AI | Tuesday, August 16, 2022

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‘Zero Trust’ Vendor Gains U.S. Cloud Approval

As mobile workers access more corporate data stored in the cloud, a secure network architecture called “Zero Trust” is emerging as a way of maintaining control of sensitive data ...Full Article

Pentagon Awards Huge Cloud Contract

Few federal agencies have more stringent security requirements for cloud deployment than the Defense Department, which has been fighting an uphill battle to move more sensitive workloads to the ...Full Article

U.S. Cloud Shift Advances

U.S. government agencies' slog to the cloud, a journey that has lately been complicated by a new set of security requirements designed to fend off an outbreak of "nation-state" ...Full Article

U.S. OKs AWS Cloud For Sensitive Data

Amazon Web Services extended its cloud reach deeper into government IT infrastructure with an announcement this week that it has been certified to handle a larger share of federal ...Full Article

Virtustream, Future EMC Unit, Gains U.S. Cloud Approval

Add Virtustream Inc., the cloud services and software provider acquired in May by EMC Corp., to the growing list of potential U.S. government cloud vendors. Washington-based Virtustream said Wednesday ...Full Article

Tight IT Budgets Could Slow Gov’t Clouds

The gears of government bureaucracy grind slowly, but gradually federal agencies are adopting cloud-based IT infrastructure and the enterprise tools it makes possible, according to a new market survey. ...Full Article

FedRAMP Enlists Industry Vet To Oversee Clouds

The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) has appointed a tech industry veteran to help oversee its uneven cloud rollout. Jennifer Kerber, former president of the industry group TechAmerica Foundation ...Full Article

Some Cloud Vendors Will Miss FedRAMP Deadline

A June 5 deadline for federal agencies to comply with government cloud security and other U.S. standards could leave some major cloud vendors on the outside looking in. That ...Full Article

Oracle Gains U.S. FedRAMP Cloud Approval

Oracle's managed cloud services have received the U.S. government's seal of approval. The software giant said this week it has been approved under a federal IT program to deliver ...Full Article

Amazon Gains DoD Approval For Cloud Services

Uncle Sam has approved broader use of cloud services provided by Amazon Web Services. The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) said this week it would allow the military services ...Full Article
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