CityBizList Profiles Jasson Walker, Jr. and ATO as a Service™

LARGO, MARYLAND, UNITED STATES, December 7, 2017 — cFocus Software announces that CityBizList & Warfield.co interviewed and profiled our President & CEO Jasson Walker, Jr.

Mr. Walker candidly described his background and journey to starting cFocus Software Incorporated. Mr. Walker also provides a detailed description of cFocus Software's services, including ATO as a Service™, which automates FedRAMP compliance for information systems in the Microsoft Cloud.

Mr. Walker also described cFocus Software's evolution as a Microsoft Cloud Partner, and the services we now provide as a result of this evolution:

“I sincerely thank CityBizList, Warfield.com and Mr. Henry Mortimer for the interview!” said Mr. Jasson Walker, Jr., President & CEO of cFocus Software. “It was a pleasure talking with them about my background and ATO as a Service™,” he said.
About cFocus Software

Established in 2006, cFocus Software automates Risk Management Framework (RMF) compliance, empowers better risk-based decisions, and guides your journey into Microsoft Azure Government, Office 365 Government, and SharePoint. We are the exclusive vendor of Authority To Operate as a Service™ (ATOaaS™).

cFocus Software is Microsoft Gold certified, ISO 9001:2008 certified, and a certified participant in the Small Business Administration’s 8(a) program.

Contact us today for a free Azure Government proof of concept project or a free consultation!

Jasson Walker Jr.
cFocus Software Incorporated
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email us here

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