Take Advantage of ASG’sSmartPathto Cloud Computing
We want to transform your business by helping you leverage the power of cloud solutions.At ASG we don’t see cloud as a destination in itself. We see it as a better way to reach your business objective, whatever your industry sector, and wherever you are in the world.
Cloud is revolutionizing the way we look at the future of IT service delivery by enabling a faster and more flexible way to meet the technology needs of your organization. Take the most expedient path to your cloud-enabled future with ASG’s end-to-end portfolio of cloud, infrastructure services and management tools.
ASG believes Cloud is now a true driver to business change, bringing together a range of public and private services, to deliver agility, scalability, simplicity and speed to market. We see cloud as a ubiquitous design principle to everything we deliver, underpinning our end-to-end portfolio of client solutions.
ASG’s Sky-Launch Solution:
Launch, configure and manage cloud-based services on your own terms. ASG can help you orchestrate the flexibility, mobility and greater IT control you need to achieve seamless integration across your entire portfolio.
ASG helps our clients harness the power of cloud to achieve meaningful business change. We work with our strategic partners to develop run-ready, customized cloud solutions to meet our clients’ business needs.
Our close relationship with our Cloud IT partners, such as Microsift, IBM and Amazon Web Services bring real and immediate value to your business by removing the traditional barriers to agility and innovation, namely capital expenditure, protractive IT project timelines, reliability and end-user familiarization.
Cloud Computing InfrastructureServices
Cloud computing is beginning to be a step change in the way we design, build, implement, deliver and manage our IT to support the business agenda.
ASG’s Infrastructure-as-a-Service is commonsensically positioned as a business-enabling platforms that are part of a computing continueum starting with legacy systems and extending to public cloud.ASG ensures your enterprise data center and network will operate reliably, remain completely secure, and scale affordably.
Government enterprises rely increasingly on a robust and flexible network and hardware infrastructure to enable operational success. With limited financial resources, rapidly changing technology frameworks, and increasing security threats, savvy organizations must rely on trusted contracting partners for full life-cycle support of enterprise IT environments. ASG is a proven provider of comprehensive Information Technology (IT) Infrastructure and Security solutions for the federal government. Our experienced personnel rely on proven processes to deliver an effective, reliable and secure technology environment to achieve your business objectives. ASG has served Health, Civilian and defense federal agencies and can help your enterprise achieve its network, hardware, software, storage, and other IT infrastructure goals.
Whether your organization requires a new infrastructure or simply needs to raise your existing platform to the next level, our professionals will assist in the development of the physical layer, design of an effective enterprise architecture, and establish of an effective operating plan that meets your business objectives and addresses the evolving security concerns faced by all federal agencies. Using the proven principles of the Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL), we will help you define your service strategy, design, transition, and implement operation within an organized environment that emphasizes continual improvement.
Our approach to infrastructure security addresses the five principles of information systems defense: Confidentiality, Access Control, Systems Integrity, Audit & Non-Repudiation, and Identification & Authentication. We integrate these areas into a mature services life cycle, treating IT security as a process, not a singular event. Our professionals are experts in evolving regulations such as Presidential Decision Directive-63; the Government Information Security Reform Act (GISRA) of 2000; the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Circular A-130; NIH Information Security policies and guidelines; and National Information Standards and Technology (NIST) guidelines.