December marked the end of an eventful year for Lam Cloud, a leading New Jersey-based provider of proven Business Continuity, Workplace Recovery, Data Center, IT and Network solutions. The company achieved several significant milestones in 2013, including: obtaining SSAE16 Type 1 compliance for its data center and Colocation Services; officially debuting its Technology Campus; unveiling new branding; and securing a strategic new partnership to fortify its solution portfolio.
SSAE 16 Type 1 Compliance
In order to obtain SSAE 16 (SOC 1) compliance, Lam Cloud commenced a rigorous independent audit of its control objectives and activities relating to: oversight by executive management; risk assessment; monitoring; information and communication systems; physical and environmental security; and other supporting areas. Commencing compliance underscores Lam Cloud’s commitment to the protection and security of its customer’s mission-critical and sensitive data.
The Lam Cloud Open House Event
More than 170+ customers, colleagues, media and family members converged at Lam Cloud’s 500,000-square foot Technology Campus to enjoy an evening of educational presentations, campus and data center tours, exhibits and networking during the company’s Open House in November.
New Brand Identity
Lam Cloud unveiled its new brand identity in late 2013, featuring a refreshed corporate logo, new messaging and redesigned website, set to launch in Q2 of 2014.
New Disaster Preparedness Partner
In early December, Lam Cloud announced a strategic new partnership with Agility Recovery Solutions, a former division of GE and current provider of DR/BC Services. The union enabled Lam Cloud to further fortify its Flexible Workplace Recovery™, Flexible Disaster Recovery™ and Business Continuity Solutions with Agility’s Mobile Recovery Services for power, space, technology and communications.
2014 and Beyond
2013 was a busy year indeed – and Lam Cloud shows no signs of stopping. The company has already announced two strategic new partnerships in 2014. On January 22, it publicized a partnership with consulting firm Risk Masters, Inc., adding Risk Management to its expanding repertoire of Workplace Recovery and Business Continuity Services. Most recently, Lam announced it has signed a contract with dark fiber, managed private Ethernet networks and transport provider Sunesys for a 10G DWDM connection from its Technology Campus in Cranbury, NJ to 165 Halsey St. in Newark. The partnership provides Lam Cloud the ability to securely obtain additional services such as Internet connectivity while enabling carrier diversity and increased reliability throughout its Technology Campus.
What’s on the horizon for Lam Cloud? Along with continuing its mission of providing a much-needed center of network connectivity for New Jersey and its growing data center market, the company is also set to debut its new website, Membership and Creative Workplace services in 2014. The Flexible Space offering will provide individuals with a neutral, well-connected and technically sound environment in which to converge, collaborate, educate and network with other professionals as well as potential investors, customers, colleagues and business partners.
In late April, attendees, media and analysts will see Lam Cloud Founder and President Lawrence Lam speak about the future of data centers and Workplace Recovery at the AFCOM Data Center World – Global Conference in Las Vegas.
For more information about Lam Cloud, please visit www.lamcloud.com.