Office 365 For Government Secret
Office 365 For Government Secret

Office 365 For Government Secret

Microsoft has announced the upcoming launch of a new US Government cloud environment: Office 365 Government Secret which is currently in government review pending accreditation and targeting availability starting mid-2022.  This environment is built to support the US Federal Civilian, Department of Defense (DoD), Intelligence Community (IC), and US government partners working within the Secret enclave with Microsoft’s best-in-class software as a service (SaaS) capabilities.

Governments face many challenges in today’s globally connected workspaces, including increasing employee engagement and productivity with the latest tools, securing and controlling sensitive data, and managing multiple applications, devices, and workloads. When governments factor in the increasing demands on security and the importance of protecting highly sensitive workloads across an expansive network of government agencies and partners, it becomes increasingly important to provide government employees with secure, productive, and efficient cloud options to help them achieve their missions.

This new environment will run the latest enterprise-grade Office 365 Government productivity, security, compliance, and collaboration applications. Microsoft will use a comprehensive approach to build, test, onboard, and audit their products to be compliant with government regulations, which will help ensure security and compliance for the environments. Microsoft will work to drive efficiencies internally and with government regulatory bodies to help improve the timeliness of products to market. With this shift to the secure cloud, Microsoft vowed to work closely with government agencies and partners on their resiliency needs in enabling the innovative enterprise-grade tools and capabilities that will support their missions.
 
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