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FedRAMP is known as the stamp of approval for government cloud computing. Since the 2012 launch, the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP), the number of cloud service providers has grown tenfold. Meaning the need for some sort of standardization of a common baseline for assessing the security of cloud products and services is

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Bigger companies have bigger problems. It goes with the territory. These enterprise-based challenges permeate all aspects of an organization’s structure, processes, and perhaps most importantly, asset storage, accessibility and security. Many enterprise companies have explored and even constructed their own proprietary data centers. However, with the advent of apps that consume vast amounts of bandwidth,

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Years ago, when someone asked if your money was safe, it conjured up images of heavily armed guards and floor to ceiling vaults with thick, shiny walls of impenetrable steel. Today, perhaps more so than money, it is data that needs to be protected. Hackers and cyber-attackers are out there 24/7/365 trying to steal data. And although not as nefarious, tightening government regulations, with penalties for non-compliance consisting of heavy fines and even jail, is a new reality.

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Bankers, lenders, traders, lend me your ear. Financial institutions of all kinds are facing a tsunami of data that must be managed, accessed and secured according to increasing federal regulations. That has created a need for next-generation connectivity, more computing power and more storage. In-house legacy systems quickly become constrained and even antiquated. Data centers that cater to financial services companies must have cloud architecture that can deal with sensitive content and maintain compliance with federal and state laws.

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Cloud Data Centers are Bursting with Connectivity What happens when clouds communicate with each other? What if you need to tap into public clouds to meet sudden surge in demand? The provisioning of bandwidth is becoming as fluid as the need for bandwidth. This new capability of cloud interconnectivity is becoming pervasive for cloud providers

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