BroadSoft has kicked off the process to comply with the governmentwide Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program for the companyâ€™s cloud-based unified communication software offering in order to help partners provide the product to government clients.
The companyâ€™s BroadCloud platform and UC-One application will be available to government agencies via BroadSoftâ€™s public sector channel partners once the FedRAMP compliance is achieved, BroadSoft said Tuesday.
Users will have access toÂ the UC and PBX tools under BroadSoftâ€™s government cloud offering to collaborate and gain access to unified communication-as-a-service tools.
Scott Hoffpauir, chief technology officer of BroadSoft, said the company intends to help protect the communications infrastructure of government customers.
The companyÂ also plans to update the BroadCloud software with extended security controls such as personal identity verification.