KnowledgeLake has announced that the company’s cloud-native intelligent document processing platform is now available to public sector organizations using Microsoft Office 365 Government Community Cloud (GCC) and GCC High.
Microsoft 365 Government Community Cloud (GCC) and GCC High are public cloud environments designed to ensure compliance with various federal information and cybersecurity regulations.
By leveraging the KnowledgeLake IDP platform within GCC and GCC High environments, government agencies, defense contractors, and other entities that require the extra security and control provisions can help ensure compliance and better protect confidential information while also benefiting from increased speed and performance.
“Maintaining regulatory compliance and ensuring data security is paramount for government entities, vendors, and contractors within the federal ecosystem, especially when doing business in the cloud,” said Ron Cameron, CEO of KnowledgeLake. “The Office 365 GCC and GCC High environments are among the most secure and compliant platforms available, and KnowledgeLake is proud to be one of few ISVs to fully support these environments.”
Microsoft has developed cloud solutions to cater to the unique requirements of federal, state, territorial and tribal entities and other U.S. Public Sector Customers. The primary objective of these solutions is to ensure adherence to the stringent regulatory requirements of handling government data.
Customers interested in procuring these solutions must meet eligibility criteria. Microsoft Office 365 GCC implements strict compliance measures that are unique to the US government’s requirements.
“Government entities across North America have recognized the power, flexibility, and security provided by Microsoft Azure cloud offerings,” added Cameron, “It’s no surprise that we’re seeing large numbers of agencies migrating to Microsoft GCC and GCC High. KnowledgeLake is able to offer them cloud-native intelligent document processing services in these environments.”
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