AT&T* Corp. will help the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) transform its business with cloud services.
Under the terms of a 5-year agreement, AT&T will provide the FCC a cost-effective IP solution that will support mobile and cloud-based applications. The service will link a number of offices and data centers and let the FCC change network and Internet needs on demand. Using AT&T’s services, the FCC can connect to diverse cloud service providers.
The solution is compliant with federal government security rules. That includes the Managed Trusted Internet Protocol Service (MTIPS) requirement for improved security. It is highly secure and reliable with built-in redundancy to keep business operations up and running.
Our set of strategic services can help the FCC modernize its technology and use cloud services in a highly secure manner,” said Mike Leff, vice president-Civilian, AT&T Government Solutions.