Tuesday, August 3, 2010

U.S. Government Certified Google Cloud Computing

United States federal government has certified to the Google Cloud Computing applications. This means that there is a possibility the U.S. government will use Google's cloud-based services. he world's largest software company that has received federal certification for e-mail, calendar and other collaboration applications based cloud, after the General Services Administration said that Google meets the requirements of safety standards for services at the government level.

This is the first cloud-based services that receive such accreditation. Surely this will use Google to increase their share of services in the U.S.. "We hear, government officials really want the same technology for their use at home, or in the office," says David Mihalchik, business development, federal-executive Google. "What we have to do is to certify the Google applications so governments can compare their existing systems with Google Apps," added David Mihalchik.

Google has expanded its wings in the governance environment in recent years, mostly related to the agreements in the internet business as well as related policies cyberspace. "This is the paradigm of the latest technology," said Mihalchik. "This paradigm is slowed by legal decision makers about data security and privacy," said Deniece Peterson, manager of industry analysis at Input, the Reston research firm that follows the policy.

But although Google beat the giants such as Microsoft and IBM with the cloud-computing standard equipped FISMA, Peterson is not expected to be completed until the competition here. For certification from the government, Google itself in direct competition with Microsoft in the shows ability to set up an email service for approximately 15,000 employees.

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