Geminare’s Platform Gets TMC’s Cloud Computing Backup, Disaster Recovery Award of 2016`

Geminare’s Resiliency Management Platform (RMP) is the most settled cloud management platform that mainly focuses on Hybrid Cloud and DRaaS deployment. Geminare is a guiding company in the IT industry for its cloud based platform like IT Resiliency Orchestration (ITRO) solution for delivering DRaaS based services, announced that Geminare’s one of the leading Resiliency Management Platform (RMP) has earned TMC’s 2016 award for cloud computing backup and disaster recovery solution on Dec 16, 2016 at Palo Alto, CA.

The Resiliency Management Platform is one of the leading ITRO cloud management platform, which mainly concentrated on addressing disaster recovery and related disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) based technologies. It is also allowed the broadest range of technologies to work at enterprise sites as well as for service providers simultaneously. This is an only approach has enabled clients to deliver Hybrid and DRaaS cloud platform, this approach produces an ideal cloud platform that successfully engaged the customers in deploying of DRaaS and Hybrid technologies.

Rich Tehrani, CEO of TMC, said “Recognizing excellence in the advancement of cloud computing technologies, TMC is proud to announce Geminare’s Resiliency Management Platform as a recipient of the Cloud Computing Backup and Disaster Recovery Award, Geminare is being honored for their achievement in bringing innovation to the market, while leveraging the latest technology trends.”

When the DRaaS and Hybrid technologies were given up to the customers, while the same time RMP is creating deep-featured process automation and sophisticated orchestration capabilities that are powered by a clump of teams that’s work operations is retained under the first customer for the last one using the multi patented cloud platform.

Joshua Geist, Geminare’s CEO, stated that: “With DRaaS deployments now considered mainstream, Service Providers need more advanced and specialized software tools and platforms to effectively enable hybrid deployment models. We are very excited to be able to successfully utilize our vast in-market experience and IP to deliver and support the award winning RMP among Service Providers and within enterprise customer deployments in North America and around the world.”

This Cloud Computing and Backup Recovery Award acknowledges all the IT based cloud computing industries and vendors who were, and are incessantly working to furnish answers to the industry’s most challenging problems. It is also thankful all the big and small companies, cloud communities and vendors for their courage to minimize the business lost opportunities.

Microsoft Invests $3 Billion to Improve Customer Trust in Cloud

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has said, Microsoft has invested $3 billion on cloud computing in Europe and also said, the company will offer various cloud services from data centers in France by twenty seventeen. Tech giant Microsoft invested around $3 billion, to provide the cloud services in Europe, from the various data centers located in France. The company’s announcement was taken place in the Tech Gathering at Dublin City University in Ireland. Microsoft chief executive officer Satya Nadella led to the stage to deliver the news.

Satya Said, “Cloud computing is not just a single destination,” to lead and delineate the company’s plans to hyper-scale cloud globally.  Satya further said, “We now have over 30 regions across all parts of the globe, making sure there is access to the cloud.”

It has been one of a key strategy of Mr. Satya Nadella to transform the Microsoft into mobile-first and cloud-first entity for the forty-one years tech firm. Microsoft has seemed to deliver the cloud services, with the two times of the computing capacity in Europe.

He said, the investments have considered for growth in the data centers operating in this region including Ireland and Britian. Satya Nadella clearly said, the company did not see any impact from UK’s decision to leave the European Union and he also said the company would not change his decision to region.

Meanwhile, Microsoft has decided to make the cloud more robust,  inclusive, responsible and trusted, published a book that has around seventy-eight recommendation for public policy for getting this end.

Mr. Satya Nadella said, “With any new technology like the cloud, one of the profound things that happens is change, rapid change and disruptive change”

“It is incumbent on companies like Microsoft and broader tech community and governments to have the broader dialogue where we look at technology and ask the question: is this technology going to benefit everyone on the planet? Will this tech help solve some of the pressing issues?”

The book was really a concrete step for the company to suggest a set of ideals and policy considerations, that will help you for a spacious discussion. The book would come up with ways that surely can help with disruptive technologies for global growth in a way that is sure to be trusted, responsible,  and inclusive.

Microsoft president Brad Smith said, “Cloud computing has the potential to solve some of our world’s most challenging issues, but, as with all technological advancements, it raises important questions for society”, “We must work together to build a cloud for global good.”

Smith further said, The policies that will set to be for the next two years, that would surely define how the people will experience the cloud in next twenty-years.

Collab9 Certified as First FedRAMP Authorized Cloud Based Utility Service Provider

Collab9 becomes first ever authorized cloud based utility service provider to help fast adoption of cloud based services in the government sector.  It was announced through an official statement this weekend that Collab9 has been certified with the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program or FedRAMP certificate, which is a standard level of security check made by the government of the United States of America.With this certification, Collab9 becomes the first and only company to provide hosted unified communications as a service (UCaaS) and hold FedRAMP Authorization.

This security certification bestowed to Collab9 is aimed at fulfilling the needs of collaborative communication at different levels of government functioning, such as state agencies, federal agencies and local government bodies. This comprehensive communication service through cloud platform works in tandem with the major communication tools, such as MS Office 365, emails, voice mails, Skype calls, and others.

While talking about the achievement of this milestone, the CEO of Collab9, Mr. Kevin Schaltze in his official statement said, “We’re elated to be the first and only UCaaS provider to earn the FedRAMP Authorized designation, with the help of the FCC as our sponsor. We can now help federal and government agencies accelerate their cloud adoption, increase their confidence in cloud security, and ensure the application of a consistent set of security standards to their cloud environments.”

It is very critical to note that many big IT giants are trying hard to capture the bigger share in the cloud based services for the government agencies. Collab9 has also built a data center earlier this year, which was in compliance with the government security standards called NIST-800-53. Meanwhile, many other cloud service providers, such as AWS, Azure and others are also trying hard to get more and more business share in the governmental business.

While elaborating the position of cloud business in the domain of government sector, the FedRAMP evangelist, Ashely Mahan said, “As agencies are increasingly using more cloud services, specialized services like UCaaS solutions are gaining greater entry into the federal marketplace. The federal government’s increasing adoption of all types of cloud services will result in many more specialized services coming through FedRAMP, like UCaaS solutions.”

Collab9 offers comprehensive communication solutions via unified communication platform from Cisco Systems. The company is based in Gardena, California, USA.