To mark the June 9, 2012, completion milestone for Federal IT reform, I am pleased to highlight several DHS initiatives. Our focus includes shifting to a cloud-first policy, establishing strong governance of the Department’s IT investments, and the implementation of TechStats.
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DHS is establishing a strong foundation for cloud computing services, shifting to a cloud model that will allow Components to quickly acquire services for their business and mission needs. DHS currently has 12 cloud services available to its customers. Nine are provided in the DHS Private Cloud:
- Authentication as a Service (AUTHaaS)
- Business Intelligence as a Service (BIaaS)
- Case and Relationship Management as a Service (CRMaaS)
- Development and Test as a Service (DTaaS)
- Email as a Service (EaaS)
- Production as a Service (PRDaaS)
- Project Server as a Service (PSaaS)
- SharePoint as a Service (SPTaaS)
- Workplace as a Service (WPaaS)
Three are provided in the DHS Public Cloud: Keep reading →