Regardless of the kind of data you hold, protecting it is paramount. However, some data requires more protection ad special handling. Data, especially government data, comes with strict requirements for handling, storing, transmitting, and protecting it. For that reason, most contractors and subcontractors migrate to Microsoft Office 365 GCC (Government Cloud Community) High.
Corporations allow their employees to access data using cloud software and mobile devices regardless of their location. As a result, the security perimeter has grown beyond the office walls. Valuable data is transferred between IaaS, SaaS, IoT devices, data centers, and many more platforms and devices.
As technology evolves, the need for robust cybersecurity measures increases. Organizations that work with sensitive data, such as the government, the military, and defense contractors, have specific security compliance requirements they need to meet. In the United States, the most common requirements are defined by three sets of regulations: DFARS, NIST, and ITAR. When choosing a cloud provider, it’s essential to understand which version of the cloud meets these requirements. In this article, we will compare Microsoft Commercial, Microsoft GCC, and Microsoft GCC High.
Windows 365 Government is a cloud-based virtual desktop service designed specifically for government agencies. It is a secure and flexible solution that allows government employees to access their work desktops from anywhere, on any device, at any time.
As more organizations move their data and applications to the cloud, it is important to ensure that they comply with regulatory requirements. In particular, organizations that deal with sensitive data subject to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) must take extra precautions to ensure that their data is secure and that they comply with all ITAR requirements. Microsoft GCC High Office 365 is a cloud-based platform that can help organizations achieve ITAR compliance, while also providing numerous benefits for productivity, collaboration, and security.
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