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  • archTIS Limited has announced its Kojensi Gov product has been added to the Digital Transformation Agency’s Cloud Services Panel as an endorsed product.
  • Kojensi offers low cost and low risk ways of inter-agency collaboration
  • CSP is the largest cloud storage system for a multitude of governmental bodies

The CSP is the largest cloud storage system for governments which offers simplified procurements for new and emerging technologies. These are used by a range of government bodies such as State, Territory and Commonwealth governments, universities and local councils.

Kojensi offers low cost and low-risk ways of providing inter-agency collaboration spaces to increase productivity, speeding up decision making and improving data classification and accuracy.

Kojensi Gov allows for organisations to provide the right information to the right people at the right time. It allows for large files to be shared within and between organisations while simultaneously editing, commenting and creating files.

It also offers full-text searching, file commenting, two-person authentication and large file uploads.

It has built-in data classification and access control which allows for ease in adding and removing data based on security clearance, data classification and nationality.

The assessment by the DTA looks at service’s compliance, government purpose, price and security to offer ‘value for money’ services.

Launched in April this year the addition of Kojensi to the panel provides validation of the product and positions is as an uptake throughout all governmental areas.

“This panel is an important step in the go-to-market strategy for Kojensi Gov. This opens up an enormous market place for agencies and institutions that need to share information between and within government at the classified level,” Managing Director, Daniel Lai said.

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