Microsoft, under the leadership of Tom Keane, the corporate vice president and general manager of Microsoft Azure Global, announces the availability of Azure Government Top Secret. This, within the Azure Global Microsoft project. The company is committed to offering commercial innovations to all government clients and enhancing national security.
Tom Keane is in charge of all the expansion at Microsoft is working in collaboration with the U.S. government to have a cloud portfolio that empowers all leaders in the intelligence community, federal civilian agencies, and the department of defense to innovate securely at data classification and deliver national security workloads.
The company has achieved operation authorization per Intelligence Community Directive 503, Tom Keane informs. Microsoft, under the software developer, noted that mission leaders in land, sea, and cyberspace face various challenges. The common issue is how to deal with unprecedented data influx from multiple sources, modernization of existing infrastructure, and how to protect people, data, and assets across the globe.
The mission leaders chose Azure to bring and implement innovations to the government to enable fast data insights and interoperability to meet cybersecurity capabilities to safeguard the nation’s critical data. Tom Keane won WashingtonExec’s 2021 Pinnacle Award for Cloud Executive of the Year.
The awards highlight successful businesses and executives fostering customer innovations in different regions. According to the software developer, the company’s achievements in monitoring client data led to recognition. Tom Keane adds that launching Azure Government Top Secret cloud regions and other innovations to provide clients’ data and workloads with secure storage is an outstanding achievement for Microsoft. Moving forward, mission owners will enjoy a set of cloud capabilities, easy to launch at any fabric of their choice.