January 12: Azure Government Executive Keynote and Webcast
For the first Sales and Licensing Excellence webcast in 2015, join us to learn about Microsoft Azure Government, which became generally available in December. On January 12, you’ll have the opportunity to hear an executive keynote from Michael Donlan, Vice President of Microsoft US State and Local Government, followed by Kim Nelson, Executive Director State and Local Government Solutions, and Kelli Primavera, Senior Marketing Manager, National Cloud Program. Register here.
Azure Government delivers cloud speed, scale, and economics, while addressing the security and compliance needs of US government entities and their solution providers. Azure Government offers physical and network isolation from non-US government deployments and requires specialized personnel screening. Azure Government will address government regulatory and compliance requirements such as FedRAMP, CJIS, and HIPAA.
Learning objectives and agenda for this executive keynote and 100-level webcast
- Azure Government Executive Keynote by Michael Donlan, Vice President of US State and Local Government
- Learn why Azure Government is the right fit for your government customers by Kim Nelson, Executive Director State and Local Government Solutions
- Azure Government Licensing Overview/Scenarios by Kelli Primavera, Senior Marketing Manager, National Cloud Program
Five things to know about Microsoft Azure Government
The most complete cloud designed for government
|Familiar productivity tools and business applications in a secure cloud that’s cost-effective, easy to use, and available anywhere, on any device|
Rigorous security and compliance
|Government cloud with US government organizations only, located in US data centers, with FedRAMP, CJIS, and HIPAA certification|
|Enables the right personal experience in a trusted cloud||Single sign-on across cloud applications, regardless of device, with enhanced security, identify management and user access control|
|Flexible hybrid capability for hyper-scale||Run your choice of workloads in the public cloud, government cloud, or your own datacenter, with flexibility and capacity to scale|
|Open platform for development flexibility||
Readily integrated with Open Source, and coupled with the security and compliance capabilities governments require.