Bullock joins second 2020 Democratic debate, rest of candidates the same

Reuters | July 18, 2019

Governor Steve Bullock of Montana will be the only new face on stage for the second round of Democratic presidential debates later this month in Detroit, the Democratic National Committee said on Wednesday. Bullock will replace U.S. Representative Eric Swalwell, who dropped out of the 2020 White House race earlier this month. The other 19 candidates will be the same as the participants in the first round of Democratic debates last month in Miami.

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Rescale is high performance computing built for the cloud, to empower engineers while giving IT security and control. From supersonic jets to personalized medicine, industry leaders are bringing new product innovations to market with unprecedented speed and efficiency with Rescale, a cloud platform delivering intelligent full-stack automation and performance optimization. IT leaders use Rescale to deliver HPC-as-a-Service with a secure control plane to deliver any application, on any architecture, at any scale on their cloud of choice.

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Haivision Launches FedRAMP for Government to Securely Stream Live Video

Haivision | January 24, 2023

Haivision Systems Inc., a leading global provider of video networking and visual collaboration solutions, announced today that Haivision Hub for Government has achieved Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) "In Process" designation and is currently available on FedRAMP Marketplace as the only video network service. Government agencies can securely stream live video via CDNs, OVPs, EVPs, and social media using the fully managed cloud solution. US Department of Veterans Affairs’ VA approved Haivision's FedRAMP (VA). Live video helps governments succeed today. However, networking exposes agencies to cyberattacks. Even secure companies are vulnerable to cyberattacks. When streaming live video, Haivision Hub for Government protects public sector enterprises' largest risk of network exposure. CIOs can use Haivision Hub for Government to secure live video streaming in accordance with the rules from federal information assurance. Mirko Wicha, President and CEO of Haivision, said, "Our FedRAMP milestone is a powerful example of Haivision's longstanding commitment to ensuring the security of our customer's deployments." He added, "In the FedRAMP process, we've worked rigorously to make Haivision Hub for Government an ideal solution to help government agencies stream securely via the cloud. We're very proud to be the first video network service to achieve this important FedRAMP milestone and to be among the few technology companies to achieve this authorization."  (Source- PRNewswire) FedRAMP standardizes security assessment, authorization, and continuous monitoring for cloud products and services. The FY23 NDAA includes the FedRAMP Authorization Act (NDAA). All service models and executive agency cloud deployments require FedRAMP. Haivision Hub for Government has many features that can help agencies share live video content quickly and safely with internal and external audiences. The key features include the following:- Live visual content distribution in real time: Share live video in real-time, giving up-to-date information and events and letting people work together in real-time on mission-critical common operating pictures. Secure: Designed to meet the strict security needs of government agencies (Achieved FedRAMP supporting Department of Defense Impact Level 2 (DoD IL2)). Scalability: Ability to serve a wide range of internal and external audiences. Flexibility: Use the cloud and direct high-performance connectivity options. Simplification: When supporting digital transformation, easily overcome network issues and technological debt. Haivision delivers high-performance, secure video network solutions for mission-critical applications. Getting through rigorous third-party assessments and implementing FedRAMP-compliant policies to protect federal customer data and systems shows that commitment. About Haivision A global pioneer in mission-critical, real-time video networking and visual communication. Our connected cloud and intelligent edge solutions enable global engagement, collaboration, and decision-making globally. We deliver secure, low-latency, high-quality live video worldwide. Haivision created the SRT Alliance to promote their SRT low-latency video streaming protocol. Haivision, which drives the IP video revolution, won four Emmys® for engineering and technology from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Haivision was founded in 2004 in Montreal and Chicago, with offices, sales, and support in the Americas, Europe, and Asia.

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Ardoq Awarded Place on UK Government’s G-Cloud 13 Framework

Ardoq | December 13, 2022

Ardoq, a SaaS company reinventing Enterprise Architecture (EA) for today’s digital enterprise, today announced that it has been awarded a place on the Crown Commercial Service’s Government Cloud (G-Cloud) 13 framework, which enables UK public sector entities to quickly and easily purchase cloud-based solutions. Ardoq’s next generation EA technology can further help public bodies make more informed decisions, streamline operations and make their data actionable. With more government bodies accelerating digital transformation, adopting cloud technology and driving their uses in the wake of the pandemic, it is crucial that they are leveraging technology that meets certain standards. G-Cloud, which sets specific requirements for all vendors to be accepted into the digital catalogue, ensures that public entities do not have to waste resources looking for the right cloud partner, since the framework guarantees that vendors are meeting the necessary requirements to which public entities are beholden. As part of G-Cloud, Ardoq is committed to ensuring public entities can leverage its data-driven EA tool without having to exhaust the additional resources needed to vet cloud solutions outside of G-Cloud. “Public sector bodies are transforming their digital public services in unprecedented ways whilst remaining accountable for where and how their resources are used most effectively, They need access to tools that enable them to make smarter, more efficient decisions, and we’re eager to help these organisations better manage their people, processes, applications and data.” -Robin Fitzhugh, UK director, Ardoq. About Ardoq: Ardoq is a SaaS company reinventing Enterprise Architecture for today’s digital enterprise. The company’s dynamic, data-driven EA platform is designed to plan and execute major change initiatives. The tool provides a digital twin of an organisation’s people, processes, systems, data, and infrastructure. With Ardoq, CIOs can confidently deliver digital transformations, and IT leaders can make better technology decisions based on real-time information. With Ardoq, EAs can serve as change agents, supporting business and IT collaboration for better outcomes.

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Accela in Government’s Tech 100 List for the 8th Successive Time

Accela | January 06, 2023

Accela, a provider of cloud solutions for government operations, has made it to the Government Technology magazine's annual ‘GovTech 100’ list for the 8th consecutive year. The list recognizes top government technology companies that enable state and local governments in the US enrich the lives of its residents. This recognition shows Accela’s commitment to being a leader in the public sector and help government agencies improve their operations to better serve their citizens. Accela recently launched Managed Application Services solution to support agencies with staffing challenges, and a Rapid Damage Assessment Cloud Service to help communities impacted by natural disasters to respond and recover more quickly. Accela's innovative solutions, like Managed Application Services and Rapid Damage Assessment Cloud Service, help state and local governments provide better services to their citizens. Accela’s accolades include Inc. 2022 Best in Business award for its software-as-a-solution expertise, 3rd consecutive Microsoft 2022 US Government Partner of the Year award showcase its leadership in supporting state and local government agencies. About Accela Accela's cloud solutions help governments accelerate digital transformation, deliver vital services, and build stronger communities. Accela's government software solutions benefit 275 million people. The company offers agile, purpose-built solutions and a platform that shares data across departments and ensures world-class security. Accela accelerates government digital transformation. Accela's government software helps agencies modernize and prepare for the future. The company has won three Microsoft US Partner Awards for its innovative SaaS solutions to combat COVID-19. Accela won Inc.'s "Best in Business" for SaaS and Fast Company's "World Changing Ideas Award" in 2022. Accela has global offices in San Ramon, California.

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