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IBM Achieves Highest U.S. Defense Information Systems Agency Authorization for Cloud Services 2016.02.14

Armonk, N.Y., USA - February 11, 2016 - IBM (NYSE:IBM) today announced that the U.S. Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) has authorized the company to deliver IBM Cloud services at the highest security levels - known as Impact Level 5 - for Controlled Unclassified Information as defined by the Department of Defense (DoD), paving the way for DoD agencies seeking to take advantage of the innovations cloud can offer and manage sensitive data. DISA has granted the company a Conditional Authority to Operate IBM Cloud services hosted at the Allegany Ballistics Laboratory data center in West Virginia, which is owned by the Department of the Navy and leased by IBM. IBM is the first cloud provider with a direct connection to the DoD's internal network known as the Nonsecure Internet Protocol Router Network (NIPRNet). The authorization granted by DISA will enable other DoD agencies the opportunity ultimately to streamline their authorizations by leveraging the thorough process DISA followed. IBM Cloud will provide defense agencies with access to commercial cloud services and technology in an environment dedicated to their security needs.

IBM, joined by top European clients, opens its Watson Internet of Things (IoT) global headquarters in Munich, Germany for the cognitive era.
(From left to right) David Kenny, CEO, The Weather Company; John Kelly, senior vice president, Solutions Portfolio and Research, IBM; and Harriet Green, general manager, IBM IoT & Education; Laurent Martinez, SVP, Head of Services Business Unit, Airbus; and Matthias Rebellius, CEO, Siemens Building Technologies.
Photo courtesy of IBM / Stephan Sahm
 

Armonk, N.Y., USA - February 11, 2016

IBM (NYSE:IBM) today announced that the U.S. Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) has authorized the company to deliver IBM Cloud services at the highest security levels – known as Impact Level 5 – for Controlled Unclassified Information as defined by the Department of Defense (DoD), paving the way for DoD agencies seeking to take advantage of the innovations cloud can offer and manage sensitive data.


http://disa.mil  

http://www.ibm.com/cloud-computing/  


The Highlight Towers at Mies-van-der-Rohe-Straße 6 in Munich, Germany will serve as the global headquarters for IBM's new Watson IoT unit, as well as the company's first European Watson innovation super center.
The campus environment will bring together 1,000 IBM developers, consultants, researchers and designers to drive deeper engagement with clients and partners, and will also serve as an innovation lab for data scientists, engineers and programmers building a new class of connected solutions at the intersection of cognitive computing and the IoT.
The center represents IBM’s largest investment in Europe in more than two decades.
Photo courtesy of IBM / Rainer Viertlböck for IBM
 
DISA has granted the company a Conditional Authority to Operate IBM Cloud services hosted at the Allegany Ballistics Laboratory data center in West Virginia, which is owned by the Department of the Navy and leased by IBM.

IBM is the first cloud provider with a direct connection to the DoD’s internal network known as the Nonsecure Internet Protocol Router Network (NIPRNet).

Courtesy U.S. Department of Defense
 
The authorization granted by DISA will enable other DoD agencies the opportunity ultimately to streamline their authorizations by leveraging the thorough process DISA followed.

IBM Cloud will provide defense agencies with access to commercial cloud services and technology in an environment dedicated to their security needs.

Terry Halvorsen assumed the duties as the Department of Defense Chief Information Officer effective March 8, 2015.
He previously served as the Acting Department of Defense Chief Information Officer.
Prior to that, he was the Department of the Navy Chief Information Officer.
Courtesy U.S. Department of Defense
 
The highly secure data center at ABL enables agencies to have dedicated environments, leverage cloud technologies, or choose a hybrid solution where they can connect existing on-premise applications with those that are ready for cloud, migrate existing applications and/or develop new ones.


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Photo courtesy of IBM / Toronto Raptors
 
“Department of Defense agencies have the opportunity to embrace commercial cloud best practices and technology with the security of a government-owned facility,”
said Sam Gordy, General Manager for IBM Federal.
“It will also provide DoD agencies with an ideal option to launch workloads in a hybrid cloud that can be easily integrated with their on premise systems. DoD is serving as a strong model to other cabinet level agencies in the federal government.”

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Photo courtesy of IBM
 
As the Department of Defense continues with announced plans to move its data to the cloud, Bloomberg Government estimates that the DoD will spend nearly $4 billion in 2016 on “cloud and provisioned services” taking advantage of the security and flexibility cloud offers, and the ability for agencies to deploy new applications when and where they are needed.

http://www.defense.gov/News-Article-View/Article/604023  

https://www.fedramp.gov  


IBM Cloud is designed for the enterprise and is well suited for the emerging hybrid cloud era – an era that is already upon us, with Garner predicting that nearly half of large enterprises will have hybrid cloud deployments by the end of 2017.
Photo courtesy of IBM
 
To further drive innovation around cloud at the ABL facility, IBM has worked closely with the DoD, local universities including Frostburg State University, West Virginia University, Allegany College of Maryland and Potomac State College of WVU; the Greater Cumberland Committee, and others to attract and retain talent who will work on projects critical to the federal government’s cloud strategy.

The Weather Company Meteorologist, Jess Parker (left) works with IBM Watson Developer Chris Ackerson (right) to install a personal weather station on the roof of IBM Watson Headquarters at Astor Place in New York City.
Photo courtesy of IBM
 
“ABL has long been a vital asset to our Nation’s defense. First as a Naval Industrial Reserve Ordinance Plant (NIROP) since World War II and, in recent decades, a secure, resilient information technology hub,”
said West Virginia’s Senior Senator Joe Manchin, III, a member of the U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee.
“The DoD, the Intelligence Community and other federal agencies will be well served by this ABL certification.”

Shop Direct's Chief Executive Alex Baldock (pictured above) is expanding its relationship with IBM in areas such as data security to help personalize the retail shopping journey.
Photo courtesy of IBM
 
“This designation is great news for the state of West Virginia and recognizes the high standards upheld at the Allegany Ballistics Laboratory,”
said West Virginia Senator Shelley Moore Capito, a member of the U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee.
“This facility plays a critical role in our national defense, and this designation will enable our Defense agencies to securely incorporate the best advanced practices in commercial cloud computing.”

In 2015, IBM patented more than 7,355 innovations across cognitive solutions and the cloud platform as the company positions itself for leadership in a new era of computing.
Photo courtesy of IBM
 
This authorization rounds out the comprehensive IBM cloud portfolio that IBM offers its Federal customers, including services that meet Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) and Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) requirements for government workloads.

IBM’s 2015 patent results represent a diverse range of inventions as well as a strong and growing focus on cognitive computing, cloud platforms and industry solutions.
Photo courtesy of IBM
 
In December 2014, IDC named IBM a leader in U.S. Government private cloud Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS).

http://www-03.ibm.com/press/us/en/pressrelease/45591.wss  

http://www.ibm.com/cloud-computing/infrastructure  


IBM topped the annual list of U.S. patent recipients in 2015, receiving 7,355 patents during the company's 23rd consecutive year of leadership.
23 year-old inventor, Jeremy Greenberger (pictured), contributed new patent applications in 2015 to advance the future of cognitive, cloud and Internet of Things.
Photo courtesy of IBM / Jared Lazarus/Feature Photo Service for IBM
 
For more information about IBM Cloud,
visit:
http://www.ibm.com/cloud-computing 


Contact information:

Mitchell Derman
IBM Media Relations
571-216-8712
mderman@us.ibm.com  


Source: IBM

http://www-03.ibm.com/press/us/en/index.wss  



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