Managed services provider Datapipe
has announced it now sells through the Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) program on Microsoft’s Azure Government platform. Established in 1983, Datapipe offers FedRAMP, PCI, FISMA, and HIPAA-compliant managed cloud services. With headquarters in New Jersey, United States, the company as a presence in Holland, Iceland, Hong Kong, Shanghai Singapore and the United Kingdom. By selling through CSP Datapipe is now able to “provision, manage, and support Microsoft cloud offering for government agencies”.
Microsoft Azure Government is the “most trusted cloud for US government agencies and their partners”. It allows users to keep some data and functionality on-premises and is compliant with all federal requirements. Operated by “screened US citizens” and only available to “US federal, state, local and tribal governments and their partners”, the solution offers government exclusivity and high levels of security. Datapipe has extensive Azure platform experience and CSP licensing allows the company to offer end-to-end Microsoft Azure Government services.
“Government agencies each have unique requirements when it comes to the cloud, but all require high security and high performance solutions,” explained President and General Manager, Datapipe Government Solutions (DGS), Dan Tudahl. “We look forward to delivering high-value offerings to our government customers with Azure Government.”
“Government customers are adopting cloud solutions like never before to drive digital transformation,” added General Manager, Microsoft Azure Government, Tom Keane. “We are excited to expand Azure Government capabilities for cloud partners under the Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider program. This will enable our partners to deepen customer relationships and expand opportunities in the cloud.”Do you know of any other organizations selling sells through the Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider? Let us know the details. Add your comments below.