Tag: FedRAMP

Cloud Computing

Microsoft shows off government cloud services with JEDI due date imminent

October 9, 2018

Via: Tech Crunch

Just a day after Google decided to drop out of the Pentagon’s massive $10 billion, 10-year JEDI cloud contract bidding, Microsoft announced increased support services for government clients. In a long blog post, the company laid out its government focused […]

Cloud Computing clears FedRAMP

February 6, 2017

Via: FCW

The General Services Administration-run hosting platform has completed the final stage of Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program assessment. The clearance makes the first fully open-sourced service to attain FedRAMP authorization, according to a Feb. 2 blog post […]


Skyhigh Networks becomes first CASB to score FedRAMP certification

May 5, 2016

Via: FierceGovernmentIT

Skyhigh Networks this week became the first cloud access security broker, or CASB, to achieve Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program, or FedRAMP, certification, the company announced Tuesday. For those of you not familiar with FedRAMP, it is a federal […]


82% of cloud implementations in government went through FedRAMP, reports GSA

August 7, 2015

Via: Molly Bernhart Walker

The General Service Administration reports that 82 percent of cloud implementations in the federal government are now covered by a security authorization through the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program, or FedRAMP. Read More


Waiting on FedRAMP for cloud brokers? Don’t hold your breath

May 18, 2015

Via: Molly Bernhart Walker

CAMBRIDGE, Md. – Despite the General Services Administration’s efforts to provide agencies with tools that support the acquisition of cloud computing technologies, there’s a growing demand for neutral facilitators, or “cloud brokers,” to walk agencies through the selection of a […]