Webinar: Azure Government Cloud for Justice & Public Safety Officials

MicrosoftAzure

Join Microsoft and AIS to learn how Azure Government Cloud can help Justice & Public Safety officials quickly respond to events at scale as needed.
 


The cloud platform designed to meet U.S. government demands Azure Government delivers cloud speed, scale, and economics while addressing the security and compliance needs of U.S. federal agencies including the Department of Defense, plus state and local governments and their solution providers. Azure Government offers physical and network isolation from non-U.S. government deployments and requires specialized personnel screening. Azure Government will address government regulatory and compliance requirements such as FedRAMP, CJIS, and HIPAA.

When local, state or federal authorities respond to criminal acts, they seek to quickly collect vast amount of inputs from the public.  This input can be in the form of tips, photos, videos or any untold observations.  Agencies need the capability to surge their IT tools and applications to collect the data, store it, and run big data analysis tools against the collected content to harvest information.

Register now for an exclusive Microsoft & AIS webinar to learn how you can:

  • Through a few clicks publish internet or extranet facing web or SharePoint site to organize with first responders to an incident or catastrophe
  • Provide a cost effective approach to development on larger scale environments
  • Extend the On-Prem footprint without exposing critical data
  • Reduce the burden of implementing back-up and disaster recovery for your applications.

RSVP TODAY!

About AISblog

Since 1982, AIS has provided software and systems engineering services to enterprise companies and the U.S. government. We invest heavily in technology innovations that bring transformative change to our customers and trusted partners. AIS believes in being there for the long haul to advise on IT projects across your entire organization, to work with your teams as partners with the same goal: total project success, and not total hours billed.