We get it. Selecting a cloud provider is not easy. It requires trusting another organization to handle your sensitive data and manage critical backend processes. This can be risky. It’s therefore critical to consider a provider’s reputation when purchasing cloud services.
Where should you turn for answers? You’ll want to browse Penton’s Talkin’ Cloud 100 report. This annual report ranks the world’s top 100 cloud service providers and offers a thorough rundown of who is who in the industry.
One company that was named in this year’s report is Webair — an agile cloud and fully managed infrastructure service provider. Webair offers an advanced fiber network as well as Tier III facilities throughout key markets like New York, Los Angeles, Amsterdam and Montreal. Plus, Webair offers fully managed, high availability private and public cloud solutions, including virtual private cloud (VPC) and dedicated private cloud for enterprise, SAP, healthcare, eCommerce and IT companies.
Webair can also provide DRaaS and cloud storage services to a customer’s network environment through a direct network deployment model, which bypasses the internet altogether.
“We are honored to once again be recognized among the top cloud service providers in the world by Penton and Talkin’ Cloud, elevating our rank by 37 spots from 2015 to place #29 on this year’s list,” stated Michael C. Orza, President and CEO of Webair. “Across the globe, enterprises are embracing the cloud to reduce costs, enhance agility and deploy mission-critical applications. Whatever the business requirement, Webair’s cloud environment grows as you grow, supporting everything from a simple development to hosting resource-intensive applications.”
Editor in Chief of Talkin’ Cloud Nicole Henderson also spoke about Webair’s inclusion in the report.
“On behalf of Penton and Talkin’ Cloud, I would like to congratulate Webair for its recognition as a Talkin’ Cloud 100 honoree,” Henderson said. “Cloud services providers on the Talkin’ Cloud 100 set themselves apart through innovative cloud offerings and new support models, demonstrating a deep understanding of their customers’ needs and future cloud opportunities.”
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