25 Oct 2016
C3 partners with SecureData 365 to bring Cloud Services to Cleveland and Canton Data Centers
DELRAY BEACH, FL (October 25, 2016) Cloud Computing Concepts (C3), an award winning provider of business technology and communications solutions, today announced a strategic partnership with SecureData 365, Ohio’s premier data center operator with locations in Canton and Cleveland. As a result of this agreement, C3 will install its proven cloud services infrastructure in SecureData 365’s world class SSAE 16 audited facilities. C3’s Hosted PBX and Virtual Desktop technologies will interconnect with the robust co-location, cloud, disaster recovery and network connectivity solutions currently provided by SecureData 365.
This exciting alliance is in no small part driven by an increasing demand by organizations for technologies that increase productivity, enable employee mobility, and drive down operational and support costs. Virtual desktops meet each of these objectives by allowing authorized users to securely and reliably access applications and data from anywhere, at any time, and from nearly any device. Hosted PBX systems provide unmatched reliability, built in disaster recovery and business continuity, low cost of operation, and can quickly and easily extend any organization beyond its current geographical limitations.
“SecureData 365 continues to focus on creating an always-up, rock solid and redundant environment for our clients in both Canton and Cleveland,” explained Michael Campanelli, Executive Vice President at SecureData 365, “Aligning with partners like C3 to deliver flexible and advanced services like Virtual Desktops brings our clients a level of service they simply cannot find anywhere else.”
“We are thrilled to expand our presence into the state by aligning with Northeast Ohio’s premier data center operator,” explained Denny Harabin, Director of Channel Sales for C3. “SecureData 365’s client portfolio of leading, innovative organizations stands to benefit significantly from C3’s Hosted PBX and Virtual Desktop Services.”