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John Foley,
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4/29/2013 | 8:35:34 PM
re: Follow Feds To The Cloud
One of the primary objectives of FedRAMP is to vet commercial cloud services for use by government agencies. Once a cloud service goes through the process and receives the FedRAMP stamp of approval, it becomes (theoretically) faster and easier for other agencies to subscribe to that cloud service knowing it is bonafide and up to federal requirements. It makes sense that businesses can benefit from all of that front-end scrutiny, as well.


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