BlackMesh Unleashes its New FedRAMP-Compliant Windows-Based ERP System
FREMONT, CA: BlackMesh, a provider of cloud-based solutions, recently it’s successfully deployment of its Federal Risk Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP)-compliant Windows-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) system for a major federal agency.
BlackMesh continually provides innovative solutions to the government via safe and compliant hosting platforms and successfully leveraging the FedRAMP process. This will be the third such deployment for a federally-approved solution designed for the government by the company.
“We’re extremely pleased to have once again successfully deployed a FedRAMP-approved solution for the government,” said Eric Mandel, President. “This demonstrates our ongoing commitment to compliance and security across various industries and verticals.”
“We offer a number of services that help clients move to a powerful computing solution with complete root access and OS control,” added Mandel.
The federal government has to deal with heightened cyber threats and attacks, and as such require alignment with FedRAMP-authorized service providers have become a necessity. BlackMesh garnered its FedRAMP Authority to Operate (ATO) back in May 2015, and its continual devotion towards federal cloud security have helped grow their client base of government agencies, and that number is further expected to double by 2017.
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