InfoReliance utilizes Microsoft partnership status to help U.S. Peace Corps meet its mission
FAIRFAX, Va., September 26, 2013–InfoReliance has been awarded its first contract from the US Peace Corps to provide Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager support to manage desktop computing services worldwide for the organization. Because of their cyber security expertise, InfoReliance has been selected to implement a secure environment for information sharing across 67 Peace Corps posts in three regions of the world.
FAIRFAX, Va, May 28, 2013 - InfoReliance announced today that its first module, Dynamic Desktop Banner, of the CloudHASH Security suite is now McAfee® Compatible™. McAfee Compatible is a designation awarded to products that integrate with the McAfee ecosystem and successfully complete the extensive testing process of the McAfee Security Innovation Alliance™ (SIA).
FAIRFAX, Va. – The Defense Department’s National Center for Telehealth and Technology, known as T2, has selected InfoReliance to support the nation’s warriors, veterans, and their families with highly innovative technology capabilities. This project will support psychological health and traumatic brain injury recovery through the integration of behavioral care and technology.
Fairfax, Va - InfoReliance Corporation has been awarded a three-year contract by the Marine Corps Recruiting Command (MCRC) for Network Support Services.
MCRC is responsible to the Commandant of the Marine Corps for the procurement of qualified individuals, in sufficient numbers to meet the established personnel strength levels, officer and enlisted, of the Marine Corps. MCRC is comprised of approximately 6000 network users located in approximately 1,600 facilities both Continental United States (CONUS) and Outside the Continental United States (OCONUS).
InfoReliance continues to expand its partnership with the George Mason University’s (GMU) Computer Game Design Program to focus on mobility, gaming, and 3D technology solutions for the Federal Government. The rapid growth of the Mobile application development industry within the android, IOS and other environments continues to receive a growing amount of attention and focus within the Federal Government, as agencies review options for expanding the full reach of their network services to mobile devices. GMU’s specific focus on Gaming, 3D, and simulation design is an emerging field of stud