While Convergence 2014 is underway this week, we thought it would be a good idea to announce that we’re underway in the control and assessment process to get our Dynamics CRM 2013 Clouds FedRAMP approved this fall. Dynamics CRM is the third Microsoft solution that Project Hosts has recently announced as part of its FedRAMP and U.S. Government cloud initiative. Project Hosts is also working to ensure that its SharePoint 2013 clouds and Project Server 2013 clouds are also fully FedRAMP approved this year. Project Hosts will leverage the FISMA / NIST compliant, and “Cloud First” authorized Azure platform to deliver hosted Dynamics CRM solutions and applications that are specifically tuned to U.S. Government agency requirements.
“Ensuring that U.S. Government agencies have access to a FedRAMP authorized CRM cloud is a key priority for us,” said Scott Chapman, CEO and Co-founder of Project Hosts. “With FedRAMP authorization, Government agencies will be assured that our CRM, SharePoint and Project Server Custom Clouds meet all their mandated requirements and standards.”
To learn more about our CRM Custom Cloud solutions:
- Dynamics CRM Custom Cloud (this page highlights the differences between a CRM Public Cloud and a CRM Private Cloud)
- Dynamics CRM Cloud Pricing
- Dynamics CRM Cloud Demo (Free Tour)
- Dynamics CRM Cloud Trial
- Dynamics CRM Cloud Data Sheet
The FedRAMP program supports the U.S. government’s “Cloud-First” initiative to enable U.S. federal agencies to use managed service providers that enable cloud computing capabilities. The FedRAMP program is designed to comply with the Federal Information Security Management Act of 2002 (FISMA). Windows Azure is a secure and reliable cloud platform that enables companies like Project Hosts to quickly build, deploy and manage applications in a SaaS offering across Microsoft’s extensive network of data centers.