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Trusted Cloud Computing Environment: Apptis and ServerVault team up to give US Federal Govt. just that!




Chantilly, VA – August 18, 2008 – Apptis, a leading provider of IT and communications services to the federal marketplace, today announced a partnership with ServerVault, a leader in delivering secure, compliant infrastructure and services for the U.S. Federal Government market, to offer a trusted cloud computing environment to federal agencies.

The Apptis/ServerVault Trusted Cloud offering will provide federal agencies a cloud computing platform that boosts the efficiency and productivity of their IT systems by delivering a flexible, highly secure, fully-managed and federally compliant computing infrastructure, as well as application support services.

“Introducing a secure and federally compliant cloud computing environment for our clients will dramatically enhance operational efficiencies and improve the performance of their networked IT infrastructure,” said Bert Notini, Chairman and CEO of Apptis. “We are very pleased to have joined forces with ServerVault to design this innovative technology solution and lead the industry in delivering these services to the federal marketplace.”

The Trusted Cloud is built on a hosted services model that is consistent with stringent federal agency security and policy IT requirements. From a defined and extensive federally compliant service catalog, a client will be able to customize a desired combination of computing components that are provisioned, managed and delivered in a highly secure manner with performance-driven, SLA-based guaranteed delivery.

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