We are all familiar with the Software as a Service, or SaaS. Cloud in a Vault takes the offering to a next level by providing its end-users with the world’s first holistic Infrastructure-as-a-Service solution – bringing the modern-day Enterprise data center into the next generation of Cloud computing.
Following nine months of extensive infrastructure testing, rigorous implementations and full-scale global deployment, the world’s new paradigm for Cloud computing arrives at the Cloud Connect Conference and Expo in Chicago, IL. Cloud in a Vault (CiaV), designed byCyber Innovation Labs, LLC (CIL), a premier enterprise-class managed Infrastructure-as-a-Service provider, in partnership withNEC Corporation of America (NEC), brings new meaning to the phrase ‘comprehensive Cloud solution’.
While other solutions promise the world, Cloud in a Vault actually delivers – especially in terms of convenience. Long gone are the days of time and labor-intensive provider selection; CiaV brings the capabilities of multiple providers into one easy, single-provider solution. In addition to being housed in Cyber Innovation Lab’s own 2N Tier 3+ SSAE 16 certified data center facilities, the solution is monitored by NEC as well as Halock Security Labs’. NEC’s proven, OpenFlow-based Software Defined Networking (SDN) technology includes the award-winning ProgrammableFlow™ networking and Nblock™ infrastructure.
While CiaV has already been successfully deployed across major enterprise networks within the financial, healthcare andT legal verticals, its impressive resume is attractive to virtually every client in the market. It continues to separate itself from its competitors by offering clients a truly dedicated, completely self-contained solution with no shared infrastructure – making it an ultra-secure and ultra-compliant Cloud as a Service platform. The service is also completely retractable, allowing an Enterprise to gain complete possession of all of its data within a 72-hours notice. And because of its Cloud-based design, the solution allows companies to avoid large up-front capital expenditures and deploy an OpEx-based infrastructure.