Fossbytes: Top Three Ways Data Centers Are Going Green

Written by Fossbytes on Wednesday, March 29th 2017

a company called Green House Data, which is known for its green data centers, still uses over 6,347 gallons of diesel at their data center in Cheyenne, WY alone leading to over 140,903 pounds of carbon dioxide being emitted from the center. However, with batteries not having enough power currently and also being extremely difficult to dispose of properly, this is an unavoidable expense of data centers currently. Read full article...


Data Center Knowledge: Data Center Provider vXchnge Bought Lots of Wind Power Last Year

Written by Data Center Knowledge on Wednesday, March 22nd 2017

vXchange is one of the handful of data center providers on the EPA’s latest list of tech and telco firms using renewable energy. The only other data center provider on the list who’s not a global giant is Green House Data. Read full article...


Telecom Ramblings: Wednesday Roundup: Green House Data, NaviSite, Vodafone, Atlantic Link

Written by Telecom Ramblings on Wednesday, March 15th 2017

Console has unveiled another data center partner this week. Green House Data is making the company's interconnection technology and ecosystem available to its customers out of the company's Seattle colo facility in the Westin Building Exchange. Read full article...


Channel Partners Online: Avant, Green House Data Team Up in the Data Center

Written by Channel Partners Online on Thursday, February 16th 2017

A new channel partnership brings together Avant, the master agent and IT provider, and Green House Data, the Wyoming-based provider of data-center services. Avant's partner base now will be able to sell Green house's IT infrastructure and services. Read full article...


CRN: CRN MSP 500 List: Pioneer 250

Written by CRN on Tuesday, February 14th 2017

The 2017 MSP 500 list recognizes companies in North America whose approach to delivering managed services is one innovative step ahead. The MSP Pioneer 250 is a list of channel companies with business models weighted toward managed services and largely focused on SMB market. Read full article...


Mission Critical: Green House Data Launches One-for-One Program

Written by Mission Critical on Tuesday, February 14th 2017

Green House Data has announced a new program to purchase one tree for each promotional item given away by the company, with an initial buy of 1,000 trees from the Arbor Day Foundation. Read full article...


ChannelPartners Online: Microsoft Adds Green House Data to CSP Program

Written by ChannelPartners Online on Thursday, January 19th 2017

Office 365 is the latest managed infrastructure product to be offered by Green House Data, joining as-a-Service options like managed cloud, backup, disaster recovery, and virtual desktops. The Managed O365 product includes Exchange e-mail software, Word, PowerPoint, Excel, SharePoint collaboration platform, and more. It is hosted on the Azure cloud platform and managed by Green House Data’s expert staff to guarantee accessibility, updates, and integration with existing systems Read full article...


Data Center Knowledge: If You Aren’t Megascale, It’s Time to Become a Poodle Walker

Written by Data Center Knowledge on Wednesday, January 4th 2017

Director of Solutions Architecture Steven Dreher explains why doing everything for clients — up to and including "walking the dog" — is the way forward for many cloud providers. Read full article...


Mission Critical Magazine: Green House Data Expands Role Of Sam E. Galeotos To Executive Chairman

Written by Mission Critical Magazine on Monday, November 14th 2016

Green House Data has announced the appointment of Sam E. Galeotos to the role of executive chairman of the board. A board member since April of 2014, Galeotos’ expanded position will fill a key leadership role as the company continues to execute on its acquisition, national expansion, and client growth strategies. Read full article...


Wyoming Business Report: Galeotos promoted to executive chair of Green House Data

Written by Wyoming Business Report on Thursday, November 10th 2016

Last week, Green House Data, a leading cloud hosting and colocation provider that happens to be based in Cheyenne, appointed Sam. E. Galeotos to the role of executive chairman of the board. A board member since April of 2014, Galeotos’ expanded position will fill a key leadership role as the company continues to expand nationally. Read full article...


Channel Partners Online: Green House Data Survey: Most IT Departments Do Some Outsourcing

Written by Channel Partners Online on Thursday, October 27th 2016

The widespread adoption of cloud computing means an increasing number of IT departments have to rely on outsourced staff to complete their tasks. That’s according to a new survey by Green House Data of 944 IT professionals, with 64 percent at the executive level. Previously, security was seen as the biggest obstacle to cloud adoption, but recent surveys show that lack of resources/expertise is now the No. 1 cloud challenge. Read full article...


Disaster Recovery Journal: Disaster Recovery Can Be An On-Ramp to the Cloud

Written by Disaster Recovery Journal on Wednesday, October 19th 2016

DRJ shares this blog post from Green House Data describing how a cloud DR plan can be a cost-effective and fast way to migrate systems to the cloud. Read full article...


Channel Partners Online: Green House Data Does Master-Agent Deal With Telarus

Written by Channel Partners Online on Tuesday, October 4th 2016

Green House Data, a nationwide provider of cloud hosting, colocation, and managed data center services, today announced it has joined the roster of providers at Telarus, an industry-leading master agent, forming a partnership that will spread the Green House Data brand IT infrastructure driven by service and sustainability to a vast network of value added resellers (VARs) and managed service providers (MSPs). Read full article...


Data Center Frontier: Green House Data Builds A National Footprint

Written by Data Center Frontier on Monday, August 29th 2016

Wyoming might seem an unusual place to launch a national data center network. Yet it’s been a gateway to larger ambitions for Green House Data, a data center and cloud services specialist that has gradually expanded beyond its initial facility in Cheyenne, Wyoming. The company now operates a network of seven data centers, with a footprint stretching from New York to Seattle. Read full article...


Casper Star Tribune: Committee to discuss dropping sales tax exemptions to raise revenue

Written by Casper Star Tribune on Thursday, August 25th 2016

Shawn Mills, the president of Green House Data, a data center in Cheyenne, said the sales tax exemption is one of the biggest factors in where a data center chooses to locate. “Without that incentive, these companies wouldn’t be here in Wyoming,” he said. Computer equipment for data centers can cost from hundreds of thousands of dollars to well into the millions, depending on the size of the center, Mills said. “This industry is growing in Wyoming,” Mills said. “It’d be an unfortunate turn of events to stifle that growth.” Read full article...


MetaCompliance: 10 IT Security Risks Your Employees Bring to Your Organization

Written by MetaCompliance on Tuesday, August 23rd 2016

If companies want to protect themselves against insider breaches, they need to understand how employees can undermine the security of their information. Uninformed insiders pose a serious risk to your organisation's data, it makes sense for companies to invest in staff training and eLearning solutions, to improve awareness and reduce these risks Here are 10 employee-based IT security risks for which employers should keep an eye out. Read full article...


NPR - All Tech Considered: Making The Cloud Green: Tech Firms Push For Renewable Energy Sources

Written by NPR - All Tech Considered on Monday, July 25th 2016

In 2013, data centers consumed 2 percent of all U.S. power — triple what they consumed in 2000. Wendy Fox, Green House Data's communications director, says the sector has a responsibility to source that electricity sustainably. Read full article...


Hosting Journalist: Green House Data Passes B Corp Recertification, Strengthens Commitment to Data Center Sustainability

Written by Hosting Journalist on Thursday, July 14th 2016

Green House Data, a U.S. data center service provider offering cloud hosting, colocation, and managed IT services, has successfully recertified as a B Corp – meeting and improving upon rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency. Read full article...


Wyoming Tribune Eagle: Coding, website development school to open in downtown Cheyenne

Written by Wyoming Tribune Eagle on Tuesday, July 12th 2016

“We are very excited about the school,” Shawn Mills, chief executive officer of Green House Data, a co-location and cloud hosting company in Cheyenne, said. “Getting a coding school in Cheyenne is definitely something that will be helpful for us.” Read full article...


B the Change Media: Will the Digital Future Be Green?

Written by B the Change Media on Wednesday, June 22nd 2016

Shockingly, the internet uses more electricity each year than most individual countries and has an annual carbon footprint of nearly one billion tons—more than that of the entire global airline industry. To dramatically—and urgently—reduce the internet’s environmental impact, we should focus on two things at the core of any sustainability initiative: efficiency and renewable energy. Read full article...

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