Cisco, kloudtrack® and George Mason University Team to Deliver Innovation Sandbox for Government and Education Sectors

Sandbox Centers Create ‘Proving Grounds’ Where Government and Commercial Organizations Can Test Innovation Viability for Real-World Use-Cases and Bottom-Line Results

 

#GovFest, WASHINGTON DC, (September 25, 2013) – kloudtrack® a leader in cloud computing technologies and solution services for sensitive data, process management and Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) today announced a teaming relationship with George Mason University (GMU) and Cisco Systems (NASDAQ: CSCO) to establish the first Innovation Sandbox™ exchange catering to the innovation and technology road-mapping needs of government/public sector and education organizations.

 

Dr. Don Gantz (Center), Chair of the Applied IT Dept. of GMU's Volgenau School of Engineering, joins kloudtrack CEO | president Michael Binko (right) and GMU's Brett Berlin in announcing the first Innovation Sandbox for Public Sector/Government and Education communities at #GovFest.  More than 1400 government IT decision makers and industry representatives attended the first of its king festival-type event in Washington DC.

Dr. Don Gantz (Center), Chair of the Applied IT Dept. of GMU’s Volgenau School of Engineering, joins kloudtrack CEO | president Michael Binko (right) and GMU’s Brett Berlin in announcing the first Innovation Sandbox for Public Sector/Government and Education communities at #GovFest. More than 1400 government IT decision makers and industry representatives attended the first of its king festival-type event in Washington DC.

 

 

This Innovation Sandbox, which will be located on GMU’s Fairfax, VA campus just outside Washington DC, is being developed jointly by kloudtrack, Cisco and GMU’s Department of Applied IT which is part of the Volgenau School of Engineering.  This Innovation Sandbox will allow organizations to test a variety of innovative technologies and/or methodologies in a “sandbox” environment.

 

As with all Innovation Sandbox environments, the GMU sandbox will be provisioned in-tandem with selected partners that offer technologies and solutions in a variety of innovation categories (examples follow):

 

  • Cloud Computing | Cloud Migration | Cloud 2.0™
  • Innovation Roadmapping
  • Cyber | InfoSecurity
  • Data Driven Innovation™ (Data Analytics | Big Data | Reporting)
  • Mobility (BYOD | Cross-platform | Device Independence)
  • Platform Integration | Legacy Data Migration | Portability
  • Hosting (IaaS, SaaS, PaaS | Co-Location | Virtualization)
  • Secure Collaboration | Safe Sharing
  • Business Process Management | Workflow
  • Solution Services (IT Assessments, ROI Metrics, Benchmarking, Cloud Broker, Certifications)

 

“Organizations in public sector, education as well as commercial ranks have become very risk-minded with regards to IT strategies and budgets,” stated Donald T. Gantz, PhD and Chair of the GMU Applied IT Department. “No matter if the risk is mission-oriented or a result of the sequested procurement environment the results are the same.  IT decision makers are becoming very selective and justifiably taking a use-case approach to purchases.  The Innovation Sandbox concept allows these communities to bring their mission needs to a team of vendors and project analyst specialists with a goal to assess, identify, prioritize and roadmap innovations that meet critical objectives,” added Gantz.

 

Now, more than ever, the driving factors behind IT deployments have become more economic than technical.  The advent of innovations such as cloud, virtualization and mobility mean the vendor landscape is much more diverse.

 

“With standards such as the NIST Cloud Reference Architecture and more recently FedRAMP driving easier portability, organizations can now consider best-of-breed offerings when considering and procuring IT solutions,” stated Jan M. Levine, founder | CTO for kloudtrack®.  “The Innovation Sandbox environments are designed to give organizations the opportunity to test waters with a Start Small … and Scale™ approach with keen sensitivity to limited resources and measurable results,” added Levine.

 

Deployments are expected to run on sandbox systems for a period of weeks or months at small costs.  During these test-bed deployments teams will evaluate the viability and return on investment (ROI) for selected innovations.  Then, decisions can be made about contracting and scaling the deployments with a solid base of results-oriented information.

 

“Organizations will be able to utilize the Innovation Sandbox to test sample-sets of data, users, processes and measure value metrics against real-world use case scenarios,” stated Dan Kent, CTO- US Public  Sector, Cisco Systems.  “This concept and approach is consistent with Cisco’s efforts to cultivate vendor ecosystems.  With tightened budgets and a much more diverse environment of innovations available, CIOs have a rare opportunity to test the waters.  The challenges we’ve heard have centered around finding vendors/technologies that work well together and are able to be deployed quickly on a small-scale with limited resources.  These Innovation Sandbox environments offer an on-ramp to next-generation technologies that could have a dramatic impact on bottom-line results,” added Kent.

 

The Innovation Sandbox approach works in a wide variety of industries.  As announced previously, Cisco and kloudtrack have identified the following sectors for initial Innovation Sandbox efforts:

 

  • Public Sector | Government | Education (federal, state, municipal, local)
  • Financial Services (securities-insurance, banking, capital markets, deal-flow)
  • Cyber Security
  • Healthcare | Medical | Life Sciences | Pharma
  • Manufacturing (3-D printing, rapid prototyping, operational efficiency, logistics)
  • Energy | Utilities | Telecom
  • Property | Asset Management
  • Retail | Consumer

 

By the end of 2013, three Innovation Sandbox environments are expected to be operational with a broad community of partner organizations serving diverse customer needs.  Invited partner organizations will include academia (universities, training centers), technology/solution vendors, consulting/professional service providers, system integrators, incubators/accelerators, economic development agencies (EDAs) as well as individual thought-leaders.

At this time, kloudtrack and Cisco are seeking innovation partners to jointly map sophisticated innovations and offerings to existing missions, task orders and new procurements in the industry sectors and innovation categories highlighted above.  Interested parties should contact Nicholas Mumma at 240-499-3844 or nmumma@kloudtrack.com.

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About kloudtrack®

Headquartered in Annapolis, MD kloudtrack® is a Software-as-a-Service and cloud computing (SaaS|Cloud) company that integrates best-practice management with cybersecurity and audit-trails that place a premium on monitoring users, transparency and collaborations as they relate to sensitive data assets and processes.

 

kloudtrack® is one of the first technology and solution providers to address specific international, federal, state and industry-imposed regulatory compliance standards in SaaS|Cloud environments across multiple vertical industry sectors such as fin-serv (SEC/FINRA/Basel Accords), health-medical (HIPAA/CCHIT/REMS) and government (FIPS/FISMA/FedRAMP) among others. This understanding and integration of GRC factors and certifications set kloudtrack® technologies, solutions and IP apart in the market.  Learn more at www.kloudtrack.com.

 

About Cisco

Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO) is the worldwide leader in IT that helps companies seize the opportunities of tomorrow by proving that amazing things can happen when you connect the previously unconnected. For ongoing news, please go to http://thenetwork.cisco.com.

 

About George Mason University (Where Innovation is Tradition)

Located in Northern Virginia near Washington, D.C., George Mason University is an innovative, entrepreneurial institution with global distinction in a range of academic fields.   Within Virginia’s largest university, the GMU Volgenau School of Engineering is home to more than 5,000 undergraduate and graduate students and consists of seven departments: Applied Information Technology; Bioengineering; Sid and Reva Dewberry Department of Civil, Environmental and Infrastructure Engineering; Computer Science; Electrical and Computer Engineering; Statistics; and Systems Engineering and Operations Research.

 

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kloudtrack® president | CEO, Michael Binko, Presents “The Human Side of Compliance” at CyberMaryland Conference

Join me at the CyberMaryland 2013 conference Oct. 8-9 in Baltimore, MD. For info or to register, www.fbcinc.com/e/cybermdconference. #CyberMD2013! 

I will be presenting perspectives on “The Human Side of Compliance®” during the Cyber Technology & Innovation panel session from 1:30-2:30 on the first day of the conference Oct. 8.  The session highlights how decision-makers in both private and public sector should be factoring Cyber and Security risks when roadmapping innovations and technologies that interplay with sensitive data and processes.

00000048Gain a Clearer Perspective on sophisticated Cloud 2.0 solutions by checking out my “The Decade the Internet Grew Up™” article.  I and our team look forward to seeing you there … !

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kloudtrack® and Cisco® Deliver Innovation Sandbox™ Environment for Several Industries

Sandbox Centers Create ‘Proving Grounds’ Where Government and Commercial Organizations Can Test Innovation Viability for Real-World Use-Cases and Bottom-Line Results

 

ANNAPOLIS, MD and SAN JOSE, CA, (September 16, 2013) – kloudtrack® a leader in cloud computing technologies and solution services for sensitive data, process management and Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) today announced a relationship with Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO) to develop Innovation Sandbox™ exchanges that will allow organizations to test a variety of technologies and/or methodologies in a “sandbox” environment.

Organizations of any size are invited to bring "use cases" for innovation to the kloudtrack | Cicso Innovation Sandbox environments to test real-world results on a small-scale before committing significant IT budgets to new technologies/methodologies.

Organizations of any size are invited to bring “use cases” for innovation to the kloudtrack | Cicso Innovation Sandbox environments to test real-world results on a small-scale before committing significant IT budgets to new technologies/methodologies.

Each Innovation Sandbox will be provisioned in-tandem with selected partners that offer technologies and solutions in a variety of innovation categories (examples follow):

  • Cloud Computing | Cloud Migration | Cloud 2.0™
  • Innovation Roadmapping
  • Cyber | InfoSecurity
  • Data Driven Innovation™ (Data Analytics | Big Data | Reporting)
  • Mobility (BYOD | Cross-platform | Device Independence)
  • Platform Integration | Legacy Data Migration | Portability
  • Hosting (IaaS, SaaS, PaaS | Co-Location | Virtualization)
  • Secure Collaboration | Safe Sharing
  • Business Process Management | Workflow
  • Solution Services (IT Assessments, ROI Metrics, Benchmarking, Cloud Broker, Certifications)

 

“Now, more than ever, the driving factors behind IT deployments have become more economic than technical,” stated Michael Binko, president | CEO for kloudtrack®.  “The advent of innovations such as cloud, virtualization and mobility mean the vendor landscape is much more diverse.  Additionally, with standards driving easier portability, organizations can now consider best-of-breed offerings when considering and procuring IT solutions.  The Innovation Sandbox environments are designed to give these organizations the opportunity to test these waters with a Start Small … and Scale™ approach with keen sensitivity to limited resources and measurable results.”

 

Deployments are expected to run on sandbox systems for a period of weeks or months at small costs.  During these test-bed deployments teams will evaluate the viability and return on investment (ROI) for selected innovations.  Then, decisions can be made about contracting and scaling the deployments with a solid base of results-oriented information.

 

“Organizations will be able to utilize the Innovation Sandbox to test sample-sets of data, users, processes and measure value metrics against real-world use case scenarios,” stated Dan Kent, CTO- US Public  Sector, Cisco Systems.  “This concept and approach is consistent with Cisco’s efforts to cultivate vendor ecosystems.  With tightened budgets and a much more diverse environment of innovations available, CIOs have a rare opportunity to test the waters.  The challenges we’ve heard have centered around finding vendors/technologies that work well together and are able to be deployed quickly on a small-scale with limited resources.  These Innovation Sandbox environments offer an on-ramp to next-generation technologies that could have a dramatic impact on bottom-line results,” added Kent.

 

The Innovation Sandbox approach works in a wide variety of industries, nonetheless, initial efforts will concentrate around the following sectors:

 

  • Public Sector | Government | Education (federal, state, municipal, local)
  • Financial Services (securities-insurance, banking, capital markets, deal-flow)
  • Cyber Security
  • Healthcare | Medical | Life Sciences | Pharma
  • Manufacturing (3-D printing, rapid prototyping, operational efficiency, logistics)
  • Energy | Utilities | Telecom
  • Property | Asset Management
  • Retail | Consumer

 

By the end of 2013, more than three Innovation Sandbox environments are expected to be operational with a broad community of partner organizations serving diverse customer needs.  Invited partner organizations will include academia (universities, training centers), technology/solution vendors, consulting/professional service providers, system integrators, incubators/accelerators, economic development agencies (EDAs) as well as individual thought-leaders.

At this time, kloudtrack and Cisco are seeking innovation partners to jointly map sophisticated innovations and offerings to existing missions, task orders and new procurements in the industry sectors and innovation categories highlighted above.  Interested parties should contact Nicholas Mumma at 240-499-3844 or nmumma@kloudtrack.com.

# # #

 

About kloudtrack®

Headquartered in Annapolis, MD kloudtrack® is a Software-as-a-Service and cloud computing (SaaS|Cloud) company that integrates best-practice management with cybersecurity and audit-trails that place a premium on monitoring users, transparency and collaborations as they relate to sensitive data assets and processes.

 

kloudtrack® is one of the first technology and solution providers to address specific international, federal, state and industry-imposed regulatory compliance standards in SaaS|Cloud environments across multiple vertical industry sectors such as fin-serv (SEC/FINRA/Basel Accords), health-medical (HIPAA/CCHIT/REMS) and government (FIPS/FISMA/FedRAMP) among others. This understanding and integration of GRC factors and certifications set kloudtrack® technologies, solutions and IP apart in the market.  Learn more at www.kloudtrack.com.

 

About Cisco

Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO) is the worldwide leader in IT that helps companies seize the opportunities of tomorrow by proving that amazing things can happen when you connect the previously unconnected. For ongoing news, please go to http://thenetwork.cisco.com.

 

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OnSeptember 16, 2013, posted in: Press Releases by

kloudtrack® Named One of 12 “Hot Companies to Watch” in Government Computing

Strengths in Cyber Security, Cloud Migration Leadership and Commitment to Cloud-based Deployments that Conform to FedRAMP Certifications Noted

ANNAPOLIS, MD – October 23, 2012 – kloudtrack® – a leader in SaaS |Cloud Computing technologies and solution services for Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) – today announced the company has been selected by 1105 Media’s Federal Computer Week magazine as one of 12 Hot Companies to Watch in Federal government IT.

 

In a feature article, Federal Computer Week recognized kloudtrack® for its cost-effective and readily deployable cloud solutions.  The editorial staff highlights kloudtrack® IT security, attention to the Human Side of Compliance® and the company’s progressive approach to cloud migration strategies.

 

Of particular note, the company’s recently announced FedRAMP Roadmapping℠ initiative as well as its ikloud™ mobility platform are representative of its innovative approach to cloud computing.  To read the entire article visit http://fcw.com/Articles/2012/09/30/FED-LIST-hot-companies-to-watch.aspx?Page=4.

 

The company’s flagship product offering kloudtrack® integrates multiple application “modules,” delivered via a sophisticated Cloud 2.0™ computing architecture, that are designed to address the business process, data management, big-data analytics, legacy-to-cloud migration and GRC needs of businesses and organizations in a wide array of industries.

 

These industry sectors include Financial Services (securities, banking/insurance, capital markets), Government (federal, state, local/municipal), Healthcare/Medical, Pharma/Life Sciences and others.

 

“In just over two years the U.S. Federal Government particularly has mobilized considerable resources and opened numerous avenues to assist agencies in adopting cloud computing,” stated Michael P. Binko, president|CEO of kloudtrack®.  “Whether migrating to the cloud from legacy IT platforms, considering their agency’s role as a ‘cloud broker,’ tackling security factors in choosing public, private, hybrid or community/federated cloud environments, CIOs and other IT decision-makers across numerous industries are benefiting from the kloudtrack® Cloud 2.0 stance.  As leaders in innovation we understand intimately that the greatest gains related to cloud computing will be realized when challenges are addressed via an ecosystem approach.”

 

kloudtrack® is an active and recognized leader in government navigation to cloud computing.   Since 2010, kloudtrack® executives have contributed directly via cloud and cyber security initiatives led by the Executive Office of the President, SIIA and NIST.  In fact, Levine is Compliance Director for FedPlatform and was also asked by NIST to lead the Cloud Computing Reference Architecture (RA) straw-man Working Group and serve as Board member of the Canadian Cloud Council.  kloudtrack® president/CEO, Michael Binko, serves as Board co-chair of the SIIA Public Sector Innovation Group (PSIG) –  an industry group working closely with the President’s federal agency CIO Council.

More recently, kloudtrack® was also invited to join Cisco® in mapping the kloudtrack® platform to the newly unveiled RA during the recent NIST Cloud Computing Workshop.

 

At this time, kloudtrack® is seeking solutions-oriented partners to jointly map sophisticated Cloud 2.0™ offerings to existing task orders and new government procurements.  Combining recognized leadership with more than 10 years of cloud-based GRC expertise in commercial sectors, the kloudtrack®  team is intimately familiar with emerging certifications and is poised to assist SI partners and their agency customers migrate to the cloud in a measured way — Start Small, and Scale®.

 

About kloudtrack®

Headquartered in Annapolis, MD kloudtrack® is a Software-as-a-Service and cloud computing (SaaS|Cloud) company offering Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) technologies and solutions for Business Processes, Data Management and Human Interaction workflow.  kloudtrack® integrates best-practices management with audit-trails that place a premium on monitoring users, data, transparency and collaborative processes as they relate to sensitive data assets.

 

kloudtrack® is one of the first technology and solution providers to address specific international, federal, state and industry-imposed regulatory compliance standards in SaaS|Cloud environments across multiple vertical industry sectors.  This understanding and integration of GRC factors truly sets kloudtrack® technologies, solutions and intellectual property apart in the market.  Learn more at www.kloudtrack.com or contact the company directly at 240-499-3844 or sales@kloudtrack.com.

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New State Initiative to Aid Entrepreneurs Part of National Effort

March 30, 2012; The Daily Record

By: Maria Zilberman, Business Writer

 

kloudtrack® president | CEO, Mike Binko, is Organizing Board Co-Chair for Startup Maryland (www.md.s.co)

COLLEGE PARK, MD — When entrepreneur support initiative Startup Maryland launches Friday, the organization will face some of the same challenges as the startups it is trying to help.

The organizers — all of whom are volunteers — have put in their time and even reached into their own pockets to get the group running. “Just like with any startup, focus is really critical,” said Dean Chang, Startup Maryland board member and director of Mtech Ventures, the University of Maryland’s initiative for delivering technology entrepreneurship education and fostering successful technology-based ventures. “Because if you have a limited number of people and a limited budget, you can’t spread it among 10 different initiatives, taking on 10 different 800-pound gorillas. You have a tough enough battle cut out for you taking on one 800-pound gorilla.”

The group won’t be taking on 10 initiatives, but it will try to tackle four key things:

Startup Maryland wants to serve as an umbrella organization for entrepreneurs and bring to light available resources, such as incubators or in-kind services, assist with access to capital, increase awareness and celebration of entrepreneurship, and establish corporate connections between startups and the large firms that may be able to use their technologies.

Startup Maryland is part of the Startup America Partnership, a private organization whose January 2011 creation was spurred by President Barack Obama’s initiative to create more jobs and stimulate the economy. Startup Virginia and Startup D.C. launched in January.

Though the group officially kicks off Friday with a celebration at the University of Maryland, College Park, the region has already had some presence in Startup activities:

Working with Startup D.C. and Startup Virginia, the three regions organized a job fair for startups and students on March 5 at George Washington University.  “It would have been a good event anyways, and we would have done it anyways, but it was made even better,” Chang said. “When people saw [it was a Startup America Partnership event], you instantly know it’s not somebody trying to self promote and someone trying to get something out of it. You know it’s by entrepreneurs, for entrepreneurs.”

That’s been the mentality of the organizers from the start. Many of them heard about and joined the effort through previous entrepreneurial connections and involvement.  The group held two town hall meetings, both of which drew more than 100 people, to identify in which areas Marylanders wanted help.

Four-fold focus

From those meetings, the four-fold focus emerged. “It really has been left up to the regions to determine what is best for your community.   In our situation, we want the entrepreneurs to guide us,” said Startup Maryland board member Michael Binko, who is also the president and CEO of Annapolis-based cloud computing firm, kloudtrack.

Before joining kloudtrack in 2007, Binko in 2004 founded early-stage equity and venture capital firm Gemini Venture Partners LLP, in which he remains a managing partner. His startup experience goes back to 1998, when he co-founded Virginia-based venture accelerator, LaunchFuel Inc. “I’m CEO of a startup company. We need support and assistance. We’ve gotten good value from the incubator community we’ve gotten involved with,” Binko said. “I was very aware of that community, but it’s clear that a lot of entrepreneurs don’t know where to start.”

Some Maryland companies, such as Columbia-based energy solutions firm, greeNEWit, have already felt the positive effects of the region’s Startup. The company, which was started in 2008, has three founders and 30 employees.

Jason Jannati, one of the speakers at the launch and a co-founder of greeNEWit, said his firm heard about the initiative through The Case Foundation, one of the founding sponsors of Startup America. When Maryland’s regional affiliate started to mobilize, board member Julie Lenzer Kirk approached Jannati’s company about getting involved.

“We have been given some tremendous introductions,” said Jannati, noting the opportunity to meet Startup America CEO and Priceline’s founding chief technology officer, Scott Case.

“The people involved are all people that have had experience doing startups. It’s not bureaucrats talking about ways to help companies,” Jannati said. “It’s hands-on people who are motivated because they have been in the shoes of the people they are trying to help.”

18 Regions

Though Startup regions — there are 18 — aim to support young, high-growth companies, the goal isn’t to replicate one state’s success in another place, and it’s possible that not every state will end up launching a regional effort, said Donna Harris, managing director of Startup regions and one of the speakers scheduled for the kickoff event.

Rather than trying to figure out “How do we take Maryland and turn it into Silicon Valley?” the focus of the organization is to figure out “How do we take Maryland, and take that ecosystem to an entirely new level so that there are amazing high growth companies coming out of Maryland at a pace that people never thought was possible?”  Harris said.

Marylanders are coming out in droves to support the region’s Startup: 280 people registered for Friday’s event, and the waitlist exceeded 40. The launch will be shown online and more than 20 incubators, as well as universities and economic development office are hosting “viewing parties,” Binko said.

The outpouring of interest speaks to the need, said Kirk, the Startup Maryland board member and director of the Maryland Center for Entrepreneurship.  Kirk, who founded a software company in 1995, cashed out in 2005, and began mentoring and advising other entrepreneurs.

“I think there’s just been a lack of energy around entrepreneurship at the statewide level,” she said, adding that though there are “great pockets of energy” all over the state, the synergy hasn’t been there.  “University of Maryland has some incredible programs, they’ve got great energy here, but can you feel this energy in Garret County, in Baltimore? Baltimore has its own energy, Baltimore has incredible programs going on, but can you feel that in Howard County? Can you feel that in Cecil County? No, you can’t. You look at it and it’s like, ‘Wow, we’ve got these great pockets of brilliance. What are we going to do when we bring all of this together?’” Kirk said.

Volunteer Board

Though Startup America has a full-time staff and sponsors that include The Case Foundation and The Kauffman Foundation, Maryland’s group is powered by a volunteer-based board of individuals who have even picked up costs where necessary, Binko said.

The group has defrayed some of its costs through in-kind services, as well as through the support of its first paid sponsor, Chicago-based commercial real estate company, Jones Lang LaSalle, which is also a partner of the national organization.

Though it may be challenging to bring together resources that fit the needs of both biomedical and information technology startups, which dominate the state, startups share many of the same challenges, said Sheree Wysocki, director of business development for the Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School and former director of business development for the MdBio division of the Tech council of Maryland.

“It wouldn’t be productive to further divide the tech and biotech communities … they do have some different needs, but they also have some overlapping needs,” said Wysocki, who is hoping the initiative will connect students to external projects, allowing them to apply entrepreneurial skills they learn in the classroom.  Wysocki, who is planning to attend the launch, said the initiative needs to maintain a holistic approach to the state and be wary of economic development desires of individual parts.

“Every county wants [a company] to start up in their county,” she said. “That kind of sets up sort of a territorial approach to things.”  While the group does not make grants, it can be a springboard for entrepreneurs looking for guidance and resources, Binko said.

The first step is to register online with Startup America, and interested companies need to fit one of three frameworks: a for-profit startup company with a least two founders or employees, founded since 2006, a for-profit “rampup,” a company that has started to hire, expanded to office space and been selected to join an accelerator, or a forprofit “speedup,” a company that has seen a spike in revenue, increased hiring and received at least one round of venture capital funding. Both “rampups” and “speedups” need to have at least six founders or employees and be founded since 2001.

Though there’s no cost to be a member, companies are screened to make sure they fit the criteria and have the intention to grow their firms. Once a company is vetted and approved, it will have access to resources behind the firewall, some of which —like how to prepare for an initial public offering — don’t fit the needs of small businesses that aren’t looking to grow, Harris said. “The content they’re going to get, the resource that are available to them, they’re geared toward [growing] your company,” she said.

Plank’s Support

Just like Kevin Plank did. Plank, founder and CEO of Maryland-based startup success Under Armor, has thrown his support behind the organization. A founding board member of Startup America, Plank will present to the Startup Maryland organizers a Maryland Pride helmet — the state flag-adorned helmet designed by his company and worn by the University of Maryland’s football team.

The helmet will serve as one of two talismans for Startup Maryland and will be present at the organization’s future events.  Wanting equal representation for the female entrepreneurs in the state, the organizers also reached out to the Charm City Roller Girls, who will “crash” the event, skating in to present their own flag-bearing helmet. In addition to serving as visible icons of the organization, the helmets play into one of the themes of the launch: “Entrepreneurship is a full-contact sport.”

Almost 900 people have expressed interest in Startup Maryland, said Binko, with the breakdown falling 55 percent to entrepreneurs and 45 percent to supporters.  Startup America has harnessed more than $1.2 billion in commitments from more than 70 partners, who are offering resources, including free or reduced cost services, to member businesses.

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OnApril 18, 2012, posted in: Recent Articles by

kloudtrack® Announces Version 8.0, FedRAMP Roadmapping and ikloud™ Mobility Support for Devices Including Apple® iPad®

New Features Include Streamlined User Interface, Mobile Platform Support and Enhancements for Data and Process Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC)

 

Washington DC (February 16, 2012) – kloudtrack® – a leader in SaaS | Cloud Computing technologies and solution services for Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) – today announced Version 8.0 of the company’s kloudtrack® technology suite as well as a FedRAMP Roadmapping℠ initiative and its new ikloud™ platform which offers accessibility to kloudtrack® via mobile devices particularly the Apple® iPad®.

 

The company’s flagship product offering kloudtrack® integrates multiple application “modules,” delivered via a sophisticated Cloud 2.0™ computing architecture, that are designed to address the business process, data management, legacy-to-cloud migration and GRC needs of businesses and organizations in a wide array of industries.

 

These industry sectors include Financial Services (securities, banking/insurance, capital markets), Government (federal, state, local/municipal), Healthcare/Medical, Pharma/Life Sciences and others.

 

Beyond simple user productivity, data management and collaboration, kloudtrack®  Version 8.0 now incorporates enhancements for GRC, a simplified user interface, legacy platform migration/integration, richer reporting/analytics and, now, support for mobile devices including the Apple iPad.

 

In tandem with the Version 8.0 enhancements, kloudtrack® is also announcing its FedRAMP Roadmapping initiative. This program assures government agencies that when they deploy kloudtrack® with interest in attaining FedRAMP approval for the system, kloudtrack®  will commit to ensuring that their kloudtrack® deployment will conform to FedRAMP guidelines as outlined in the recent FedRAMP CONOPS documentation released by GSA.

 

“In just over a year the U.S. Federal Government particularly has mobilized considerable resources and opened numerous avenues to assist agencies in adopting cloud computing,” stated Michael P. Binko, president|CEO of kloudtrack®. Whether migrating to the cloud from legacy IT platforms, considering security factors in choosing public, private, hybrid or community/federated cloud environments, or leveraging cost savings of cloud, CIOs and other IT decision-makers across numerous industries are quickly realizing the value of cloud.  As vendors we need to also understand that the greatest gains related to cloud computing are realized when it is approached as an ecosystem.”

 

For more information on the Version 8.0, ikloud™ or FedRAMP Roadmapping℠, please visit http://www.kloudtrack.com.

 

kloudtrack® is an active and recognized leader in government navigation to cloud computing.   Since 2010, kloudtrack® executives have contributed directly via initiatives led by SIIA and NIST.  In fact, founder/CTO Jan Levine was asked by NIST to lead the Cloud Computing Reference Architecture (RA) straw-man Working Group and Binko serves on the NIST Use Case Scenarios working group.  More recently, kloudtrack®  was also invited to join Cisco® in mapping the kloudtrack®  platform to the newly unveiled RA during the NIST Cloud Computing Workshop in November.

 

Combining these efforts with more than 10 years of cloud-based GRC expertise in commercial sectors, the kloudtrack®  team is intimately familiar with emerging initiatives such as FedRAMP and SAJACC and is poised to assist SI partners and their agency customers migrate to the cloud in a measured way — Start Small, and Scale®.

 

At this time, kloudtrack®  is seeking solutions-oriented partners to jointly map sophisticated Cloud 2.0™ offerings to existing task orders and new government procurements.

 

# # #

 

About kloudtrack®

Headquartered in Annapolis, MD kloudtrack® is a Software-as-a-Service and cloud computing (SaaS|Cloud) company offering Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) technologies and solutions for Business Processes, Data Management and Human Interaction workflow.  kloudtrack® integrates best-practices management with audit-trails that place a premium on monitoring users, data, transparency and collaborative processes as they relate to sensitive data assets.

 

kloudtrack® is one of the first technology and solution providers to address specific international, federal, state and industry-imposed regulatory compliance standards in SaaS|Cloud environments across multiple vertical industry sectors.  This understanding and integration of GRC factors truly sets kloudtrack®  technologies, solutions and intellectual property apart in the market.

 

Learn more at www.kloudtrack.com or contact the company directly at 240-499-3844 or sales@kloudtrack.com.

 

Keywords:

kloudtrack, KISTrack, Technology, GRC, Governance, Compliance, Data Management, Software as a Service, software-as-a-Service, SaaS, Cloud, Cloud Computing, Software, Practice Management, Health, Hospitals, Information Technology, Data Management, Data Solution, Innovation, Risk Management, Risk Mitigation, Risk, Transparency, Audit, Data Solution, Healthcare, Medical, Meaningful Use, Health, Hospitals, Information Technology, Practice Management, Software, Telecommunications, ARRA, Stimulus, EMR/HER, FedRAMP, SAJACC.

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OnFebruary 16, 2012, posted in: Press Releases by

kloudtrack® CEO MICHAEL BINKO HOSTS GOVERNMENT AGENCY CIO PANEL AT 2012 CLOUD/GOV CONFERENCE

Topics:  Sophisticated Cloud 2.0 Solutions; Agency Use Case Scenarios and FedRAMP Guidelines for Government Cloud

 

Washington DC and Annapolis, MD (February 16, 2012) – kloudtrack® – a leader in SaaS|Cloud Computing technologies and solution services for Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) – today announced CEO Michael Binko will host and moderate the Government Agency CIO Panel Discussion at the 6th annual SIIA Cloud/GOV Conference (2012).

 

Cloud/Gov is being held on today Thursday, February 16 in Washington DC.  The CIO Panel is scheduled to begin at 3:45pm ET.   Logistics and a full schedule of the Cloud/Gov event can be found here — http://www.siia.net/cloudgov/2012/

 

The CIO Panel will be one of many discussions at the conference which brings together IT executives and decision-makers from federal, state and local/municipal government agencies, independent software vendors, system integrators and other influencers to address the government’s movement towards SaaS and Cloud Computing.

 

Confirmed panelists include:

  • NASA: Adrian Gardner, CIO and Director of the Information, Technology, and Communications Directorate, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
  • Department of Veterans Affairs: Lorraine Landfried, DCIO Product Development, Office of Information and Technology
  • Department of Homeland Security: Keith Trippie, OCIO Executive Director of Enterprise System Development
  • United States Postal Service (USPS): John T. Edgar, OCIO VP for Information Technology
  • NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration): Stefan Leeb, OCIO Cloud Program Manager

 

Panelists will share their perspectives on cloud computing and
delve into more detailed discussions related to the following topics:

  • General perspectives on Cloud in Government and for their agencies
  • Infrastructure and/or Applications — which Cloud avenues are most in-play for their agencies
  • Big Data / Data Portability / Legacy Migration “Bridging the Old With New”
  • Culture Shift Management (preparations and on-boarding strategies for Cloud)
  • Which agency programs might be strongest match for FedRAMP review or serve as Use Case Scenarios
  • Priority Goals/Objectives for your agency Cloud Initiatives (9, 18, 36 … month
    roadmap)
  • Primary challenges for agency Cloud initiatives
  • Procurement Horizon — planned new Cloud procurements or could existing contract Task Orders/Areas incorporate Cloud
  • Major ROI metrics for evaluating agency Cloud initiatives

 

“In just over a year the U.S. Federal Government has mobilized considerable resources and opened numerous avenues to assist agencies in adopting cloud computing.  Whether migrating to the cloud from legacy IT platforms, considering security factors in choosing public, private, hybrid or community/federated cloud environments, or leveraging cost savings of cloud, CIOs and other IT decision-makers are quickly realizing the value of cloud.  As vendors we need to also understand that the greatest gains related to cloud computing are realized when it is approached as an ecosystem.”

– Michael P. Binko, president and CEO of kloudtrack®

 

For more information on the panel or to register for the Cloud/Gov conference, please visit http://siia.net/cloudgov/2012/.  The conference is free to government IT purchasers with a valid Federal, State or Local ID.

 

kloudtrack® is an active and recognized leader in government navigation to cloud computing.   Since 2010, kloudtrack® executives have contributed directly via
initiatives led by SIIA and NIST.  In fact, founder/CTO Jan Levine was asked by NIST to lead the Cloud Computing Reference Architecture (RA) straw-man Working Group and Binko serves on the NIST Use Case Scenarios working group.  More recently, kloudtrack® was also invited to join Cisco® in mapping the kloudtrack® platform to the newly unveiled RA during the NIST Cloud Computing Workshop in November.

 

Combining these efforts with more than 10 years of cloud-based GRC expertise in commercial sectors, the kloudtrack® team is intimately familiar with emerging initiatives such as FedRAMP and SAJACC and is poised to assist SI partners and their agency customers migrate to cloud in a measured way — Start Small, and Scale®. 

 

At this time, kloudtrack® is seeking solutions-oriented partners to jointly map sophisticated Cloud 2.0™ offerings to existing task orders and new government procurements.

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About kloudtrack®

Headquartered in Annapolis, MD kloudtrack® is a Software-as-a-Service and cloud computing (SaaS|Cloud) company offering Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) technologies and solutions for Business Processes, Data Management and Human Interaction workflow.  kloudtrack® integrates best-practices management with audit-trails that place a premium on monitoring users, data, transparency and collaborative processes as they relate to sensitive data assets.

 

kloudtrack® is one of the first technology and solution providers to address specific international, federal, state and industry-imposed regulatory compliance standards in SaaS|Cloud environments across multiple vertical industry sectors.

This understanding and integration of GRC factors truly sets kloudtrack® technologies, solutions and intellectual property apart in the market.

Learn more at www.kloudtrack.com or contact the company directly at 240-499-3844 or sales@kloudtrack.com.

 

Keywords:

SIIA, kloudtrack, KISTrack, Technology, GRC, Governance, Compliance, Data Management, Software as a Service, software-as-a-Service, SaaS, Cloud, Cloud Computing, Software, Practice Management, Health, Hospitals, Information Technology, Data Management, Data Solution, Innovation, Risk Management, Risk Mitigation, Risk, Transparency, Audit, Data Solution, Healthcare, Medical, Meaningful Use, Health, Hospitals, Information Technology, Practice Management, Software, Telecommunications, ARRA, Stimulus, EMR/HER, FedRAMP, SAJACC.

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OnFebruary 15, 2012, posted in: Press Releases by

kloudtrack® CEO MICHAEL BINKO ELECTED TO BOARD OF DIRECTORS FOR SIIA SOFTWARE DIVISION

Annapolis, MD and Washington DC (July 26, 2011) – kloudtrack®, a leader in SaaS|Cloud Computing technologies and solution services for Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC), today confirmed that Michael P. Binko, kloudtrack® president/CEO, was elected to the Board of Directors for the Software Division of the Software and Information Industry Association (SIIA).

Directors are nominated and elected to two-year terms based on votes by their peers from the SIIA member community.

SIIA’s Software Division Board of Directors is composed of executives from SIIA member companies who will help provide the software industry with leadership, advocacy and critical market information in the crucial months and years ahead. Officially joining as a member of SIIA’s Software Division Board of Directors, Binko will help develop and prioritize the Division’s initiatives and determine the projects, activities and events to be undertaken by SIIA.

Binko has been active as a speaker and delegate for many SIIA conferences including OnDemand, All About the Cloud and Cloud/Gov during which he organized and moderated a Summit of U.S. Federal Agency CIOs entitled Gain … A Clearer Perspective on Government Cloud Initiatives and Best-Practices.

“Mike adds to the deep talent and market expertise that is strongly represented in this year’s Board.  With the advancement of mobile apps, cloud computing and software-as-a-service, our industry is in the midst of a period of great innovation and transition. Mike’s rich experience and perspective will help SIIA lead the industry through this period of great innovation and transition.”

Rhianna Collier — vice president of the SIIA Software Division.

Previously, Binko has also served as a founding member of SIIA’s Government Liaison Committee working closely with government agency decision-makers on technology initiatives that impact governments at all levels – international, U.S. federal, state as well as local/municipal.

“SIIA is perhaps the most active industry association for software and related technology companies.  Whether the topic is public policy initiatives, intellectual property and licensing rights, innovation strategies or partnerships, SIIA is always out in front of industry issues and trends. We’ve found that leadership to be especially apparent in the fast-moving arena of cloud computing which we know quite intimately.”

Michael P. Binko — president and CEO, kloudtrack®

Binko joins executive peers on the Software Division Board from industry leading organizations including IBM, Dell, Oracle, Accenture, SafeNet, Novell, RedHat, Rackspace, Deloitte & Touche and others.

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About kloudtrack®
Headquartered in Annapolis, MD kloudtrack® is a Software-as-a-Service and cloud computing (SaaS|Cloud) company offering Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) technologies and solutions for business processes, data management and human interaction workflow.  kloudtrack®
 integrates best-practice management with audit-trails that place a premium on monitoring users, data, transparency and collaborative processes as they relate to sensitive data assets.

kloudtrack® is one of the first technology and solution providers to address specific international, federal, state and industry-imposed regulatory compliance standards in SaaS|Cloud environments across multiple vertical industry sectors. This understanding and integration of GRC factors truly sets kloudtrack® technologies, solutions and intellectual property apart in the market.

kloudtrack® recently won the ICOY Best Information Technology Award which highlights disruptive innovation and technology leadership in the B2B sector. Learn more at www.kloudtrack.com or contact the company directly at 240-499-3844 or sales@kloudtrack.com.

About SIIA
The Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) is the principal trade association for the software and digital content industry. SIIA provides global services in government relations, business development, corporate education and intellectual property protection to 500 leading software and information companies. For further information, visit http://www.siia.net/.

Keywords:
Kaulkin Information Systems, kloudtrack, KISTrack, Technology, GRC, Governance, Compliance, Data Management, Software as a Service, software-as-a-Service, SaaS, Cloud, Cloud Computing, Software, Practice Management, Health, Hospitals, Information Technology, Data Management, Data Solution, Innovation, Risk Management, Risk Mitigation, Risk, Transparency, Audit, Data Solution.

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OnJuly 26, 2011, posted in: Press Releases by

kloudtrack® Joins Level 5 Consulting, Microsoft®, Cisco® and other Innovation Leaders for Open Government | G-Cloud Summit

ANNAPOLIS, June 21, 2011 – kloudtrack®, a leader in Cloud Computing technologies and solution services for Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC), today hosted a Webinar on the topics of Open Government.  Also referred to as G-Cloud, the program highlighted initiatives that include transparent government processes, citizen access to information, Cloud Computing Initiatives as well as GRC best-practice management as they related to government agencies of all sizes. 

During the G-Cloud Webinar kloudtrack® highlighted a recent deployment with Brevard County Florida in the Clerk of the Court department that allowed the county government to extend existing IBM® platform to the cloud with little incremental cost.  This strategy of keeping good IT assets in place while leveraging the cloud for specific purposes is a winner for agencies and organizations of all sizes. 

The webinar covered factors related to the movement toward Open Government and presented specific strategies for government agency decision-makers and facilitators.  Other topics included:

  • Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) related to Cloud Computing
  • How to Measure Cloud Return on Investment (ROI)
  • Use Case Scenarios for agency adoption of Cloud Computing
  • Standards Initiatives (NIST, SAJAAC, FEDRAMP, others)
  • Initiatives in selected international markets:
    • United States: Cloud First Initiative; OMB 25-Point Plan; GSA Procurement Strategies
    • United Kingdom: G-Cloud Initiative
    • Canada: Open Government Initiative

Co-coordinated by Level 5 Consulting, the Open Government G-Cloud Webinar also included international government and policy advisors from Cisco®, Microsoft®, KLISS and BMB Consulting.

The Powerpoint Slide Decks from the Webinar have also been made available by each presenter and they follow here:

Neil McEvoy, president, Level 5 Consulting

2011 06 21 open government – canada (Neil McEvoy 1) [Compatibility Mode]

Michael P. Binko, president/CEO, kloudtrack®

2011_01_25_G Cloud_Gov_ Panel_Deck_(INPUT_1) [Compatibility Mode]

Nik Garkusha, Open Source Strategy Lead, Microsoft Corporation

2011 06 21 NikG_OpenGovPlatform_v1_Optimized (G cloud PPTs)

Sean McGrath, Build Director, KLISS

2011 06 21 open_canada_v1 (Sean McGrath PPT)

Phil Dana, Vice President, BMB Data Consulting

2011 06 21 Data Management – A key enabler to Open Data & Open Government (G Cloud PPTs)

Andy MacLeod, Head of Public Sector, Cisco UK

2011 06 27 OpenCanadaAndyMac (Cisco 1)

kloudtrack® was recently recognized as the Best Information Technology company at the 2011 Incubator Company of the Year Award (ICOY) ceremony.   This award publicly recognizes the accomplishments of companies involved in data management, wireless communication, and other forms of information technology and provides a forum for the nominees to increase their visibility in business, technology, and investment communities. 

kloudtrack® was specifically recognized for its unique appraoch to cloud-based GRC and for its efforts in assisting customers in government, financial services, healthcare/medical, pharma and other industry sectors in employing sophisticated Cloud 2.0™ solutions while also keeping costs in-line.   The ability to “Do More With Less” is a key aspect of kloudtrack® value to budget-sensitive organizations. 

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About kloudtrack®: Headquartered in Annapolis, MD kloudtrack® is a Software-as-a-Service and cloud computing (SaaS|Cloud) company offering Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) technologies and solutions for Business Processes, Data Management and Human Interaction workflow.  kloudtrack® integrates best-practices management with audit-trails that place a premium on monitoring users, data, transparency and collaborative processes as they relate to sensitive data assets.

kloudtrack® is one of the first technology and solution providers to address specific international, federal, state and industry-imposed regulatory compliance standards in SaaS|Cloud environments across multiple vertical industry sectors. This understanding and integration of GRC factors truly sets kloudtrack® technologies, solutions and intellectual property apart in the market.

kloudtrack® was also selected by Microsoft® Corporation for its Startup Accelerator Program – an initiative that highlights companies developing unique and innovative technologies on Microsoft platforms.  Learn more at www.kloudtrack.com or contact the company directly at 240-499-3844 or sales@kloudtrack.com.

Keywords:

Kaulkin Information Systems, kloudtrack, KISTrack, Technology, GRC, Governance, Compliance, Data Management, Software as a Service, software-as-a-Service, SaaS, Cloud, Cloud Computing, Software, Practice Management, Health, Hospitals, Information Technology, Data Management, Data Solution, Innovation, Risk Management, Risk Mitigation, Risk, Transparency, Audit, Data Solution, Healthcare, Medical, Meaningful Use, Health, Hospitals, Information Technology, Practice Management, Software, Telecommunications, ARRA, Stimulus, EMR/EHR.


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OnJune 27, 2011, posted in: Press Releases by

kloudtrack® NAMED BEST INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY COMPANY AT 2011 INCUBATOR COMPANY OF THE YEAR AWARDS

ICOY Awards Recognize Achievements by Incubators and Early Stage Companies

 

BALTIMORE, June 7, 2011 – kloudtrack®, a leader in Cloud Computing technologies and solution services for Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC), was named Best Information Technology company at the 2011 Incubator Company of the Year Award (ICOY) ceremony on June 2.  This award publicly recognizes the accomplishments of companies involved in data management, wireless communication, and other forms of information technology and provides a forum for the nominees to increase their visibility in business, technology, and investment communities.

”The ICOY awards are recognized as one of the most competitive technology innovation awards in the region,” stated Jan M. Levine, founder and Chief Technology Officer (CTO) for kloudtrack®“Past ICOY winners include some of the most successful venture development and early-stage technology successes on the East Coast and we are delighted to have been selected as an innovation leader – particularly given the quality of this year’s other finalists.”  

Finalists and winners were chosen by a cross-section of the region’s prominent industry leaders and early-stage investors.  Awards were given based on success in achieving business objectives and developing innovative and disruptive technologies/products. Other criteria considered were growth in revenue, number of customers and significant customers, technology transfer, attraction of outside investors, and impact on the region.

“We are very proud of kloudtrack® for winning the ICOY award,” said Sarah Djamshidi, executive director of the Chesapeake Innovation Center and president of Maryland Business Incubation Association.  “This award is in recognition of the hard work, dedication and passion of the entrepreneurs and management team of the company, developing next generation  technology and solution offerings.  Given the company’s focus on Cloud 2.0 and GRC, kloudtrack® is truly in a unique position to capture mind-share and market-share in several of the most lucrative vertical industries – particularly financial services, healthcare, pharma, and government – the latter being a market sector we at the CIC know intimately.”

Sponsored by Maryland Technology Development Corporation (TEDCO), RSM McGladrey and Saul Ewing LLP, Maryland Incubator Company of the Year Awards acknowledge achievement by incubators and early stage companies to successfully develop and launch their products and services.  By providing a forum for innovative companies ICOY awards goal is to increase visibility of these companies to potential investors and customers.

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About kloudtrack®: Headquartered in Annapolis, MD kloudtrack® is a Software-as-a-Service and cloud computing (SaaS|Cloud) company offering Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) technologies and solutions for Business Processes, Data Management and Human Interaction workflow.  kloudtrack® integrates best-practices management with audit-trails that place a premium on monitoring users, data, transparency and collaborative processes as they relate to sensitive data assets.

kloudtrack® is one of the first technology and solution providers to address specific international, federal, state and industry-imposed regulatory compliance standards in SaaS|Cloud environments across multiple vertical industry sectors. This understanding and integration of GRC factors truly sets kloudtrack® technologies, solutions and intellectual property apart in the market.

kloudtrack® is a Chesapeake Innovation Center (CIC) portfolio-company and was also selected by Microsoft® Corporation for its Startup Accelerator Program – an initiative that highlights companies developing unique and innovative technologies on Microsoft platforms.  Learn more at www.kloudtrack.com or contact the company directly at 240-499-3844 or sales@kloudtrack.com.

About Chesapeake Innovation Center

The Chesapeake Innovation Center, located in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, is a unique business accelerator that focuses the power of entrepreneurship on America’s most pressing security requirements.  By creating a bridge between major users of security technology and small companies at the forefront of innovation, the CIC, its partners and member companies are able to offer significant advancements in the areas of informatics, physical and cyber security technologies.  CIC recruits and mentors early stage technology companies and provides these member companies with services to help them address the needs of growing companies including customer contracts, funding, staffing, subject matter experts, clearances, government contracting issues, and office facilities.  The CIC is a program of the Anne Arundel Economic Development Corporation. For more information, please visit cic-tech.org.

Keywords:

Kaulkin Information Systems, kloudtrack, KISTrack, Technology, GRC, Governance, Compliance, Data Management, Software as a Service, software-as-a-Service, SaaS, Cloud, Cloud Computing, Software, Practice Management, Health, Hospitals, Information Technology, Data Management, Data Solution, Innovation, Risk Management, Risk Mitigation, Risk, Transparency, Audit, Data Solution, Healthcare, Medical, Meaningful Use, Health, Hospitals, Information Technology, Practice Management, Software, Telecommunications, ARRA, Stimulus, EMR/EHR.

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OnJune 21, 2011, posted in: Press Releases by