Summit 7 can provide GCC High licenses through Microsoft's AOSG program for organizations under 500 users.
Summit 7, The 2020 Microsoft US Partner Award Winner for Security and Compliance, is a certified Microsoft Reseller of Microsoft 365 GCC High licensing for companies of less than 500 licenses. Microsoft had previously required companies to sign a Enterprise Agreement (EA) of 500 or more licenses to access the Office 365 GCC High environment, but under the AOS-G program, Summit 7 can provide access to Microsoft 365 GCC High to smaller companies without that 500 license commitment.
Benefits of Purchasing Through Summit 7:
Access to Microsoft 365 GCC High to enable compliance with CMMC 2.0
Industry-leading expertise in the design and implementation of GCC High to meet CMMC 2.0, DFARS 7012 and NIST 800-171
Years of experience with Migrating to Office 365 from Existing Office 365 tenants, On Premises environments or other Cloud providers
Comprehensive Managed Services and Support options once the implementation and migration are complete
First in the Microsoft licensing program and originator of the leading guide for Microsoft 365 GCC licensing
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Summit 7 CEO, Scott Edwards, is a national speaker on CMMC 2.0, NIST 800-171, DFARS and FAR compliance and implementation with Office 365 and Azure. The video below samples Scott's session at the Cloud Security & Compliance event, focusing primarily on the proper steps to take now in consideration of the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) audit and meeting the DFARS 7012 requirements.