Azure Government Articles

How To Use Cognitive Services in Azure Government

What if your computer could recognize your mood and deliver everyday work content to you based on your feelings and emotions? Cognitive Services, now adds facial and emotion recognition features to its customers through the company’s cloud platform, Microsoft Azure Government. This was announced during the recent Tech Summit event in Washington, DC. But what...

FedRAMP Weekly Tips – July 13 2017

This week, FedRAMP published a weekly tip that discusses requirements for vulnerability scanning: Q: What are the FedRAMP requirements for vulnerability scanning? A: Vulnerability scanning must occur for Operating System (OS)/ infrastructure, databases, and web application components in the Cloud Service offering authorization boundary. The scanning parameters for the components must be defined in the Security...

Azure Government Cognitive Services: Looking at the Language Feature

When Cognitive Services became available for Azure Government recently, it opened up so many great features that government offices now appreciate. Your own government office can currently enjoy API’s encompassing everything from Vision recognition to academic knowledge. In-between, you shouldn’t overlook other tools helping you manage various media within your agency. Recently, we explored what...

FedRAMP Weekly Tips – July 6 2017

This week, FedRAMP published a weekly tip that discusses email notifications and background checks on staff members. TIP: When submitting a RAR or an authorization package, be sure to send an email notification to info@fedramp.gov. Cloud Service Providers (CSPs), Partnering Agencies, and/or Third Party Assessment Organizations (3PAOs) must send an email notification to info@fedramp.gov to let...