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How AWS’ Recent Quick Start Release Standardizes Your PCI DSS Architecture

AWS recently released a new Quick Start Reference Deployment aimed at helping AWS clients and partners to build systems that conform to Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) compliance requirements. In their second Quick Start release in a set of AWS Enterprise Accelerator Compliance offerings...

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2016 Prediction: Organizations crave service-oriented, custom, proactive MSPs

Continuing our look ahead into 2016, I wanted to delve into the cloud industry from a customer service perspective. It’s no question the cloud consumption model has changed over the years, and organizations big and small are trying to keep up with the ever-changing landscape. As we look to the next 12 months, here are some predictions for what organizations …

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2016: The Year of the MSP

As more organizations continue to adopt and migrate infrastructure to the cloud in 2016, managed service providers (MSPs) will play an even more crucial role in architecting and overseeing IT infrastructure, helping businesses comprehend the complexity of platforms and services, and explaining and helping organizations meet regulatory requirements.

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How We’re Helping McDonald’s Change the Fast Food Industry

In a time when mobile digital media engagement is significantly higher than desktop (51 to 42 percent), restaurants are turning to innovative and interactive technologies to attract customers. With the goal to make the McDonald’s motto–“good food, fast”–applicable to the ever increasing number of always-on digital customers, McDonald’s turned to the cloud, and Datapipe, as a way to enhance flexibility …

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A managed service provider can ease the transition to the cloud

Stephen Boyle, who’s three months into his new position as vice president of Microsoft’s U.S. Partner Group, recently shared his outlook on the future of the cloud with The Var Guy, and he’s excited about where things are headed. The benefits of moving to the cloud are becoming increasingly apparent to most businesses, including Microsoft’s partners. However, as Boyle points out, …

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FCCP, a formula for success

FedRAMP JAB P-ATO + PaaS + flexibility + agency specific security controls = Datapipe’s Federal Community Cloud Platform (FCCP). Last week, we announced that Datapipe received its JAB P-ATO for the FCCP PaaS solution. If you recall from the Understanding the Multiple Versions of the FedRAMP ATOs blog, there are three types of P-ATOs that a cloud service provider (CSP) …

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Are you in the know? A recap of re:Invent 2015

Another AWS re:Invent has come and gone, and this year’s event was packed with exciting announcements and presentations. Below are a few of our favorite moments and highlights you should be aware of. News Announcements Amazon announced Amazon Inspector, an automated security assessment service that analyzes the behavior of the applications you run in AWS. The service will check common security …

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A closer look at Datapipe’s Federal Community Cloud Platform

Yesterday, we announced that Datapipe has been granted a Provisional FedRAMP Authority to Operate (P-ATO) from the Joint Authorization Board (JAB) for our Federal Community Cloud Platform (FCCP) the first ATO issued to a Platform as a Service (PaaS) covering management through the virtual operating system and includes all security controls for both the virtual network and servers, giving agencies …

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Datapipe named a finalist in SVC Awards for Cloud Project of the Year

The 2015 Storage, Virtualization, Cloud (SVC) Awards are coming up in December and Datapipe has been named a finalist in three different categories: Company of the Year, Security Project of the Year, and Cloud Project of the Year. The latter is for our work with Thomsons Online Benefits, a Software-as-a-Service provider of global employee benefits solutions based in the United …

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