Managed services provider specializing in digital transformation, cloud migration, Agile, and DevOps secures core certification to expand business in Canada
CHEYENNE, WY and TORONTO – Feb. 25, 2020 – Green House Data, a leading provider of digital transformation services for enterprises, has been registered with the Canadian Controlled Goods Program (CGP). This registration expands Green House Data’s ability to provide advanced IT modernization capabilities to organizations that examine, possess, or transfer controlled goods, including data, within Canada.
The CGP is administered by the Department of Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC) and works to strengthen Canada’s defense trade controls of controlled goods or information with military or national security significance. It is equivalent to International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) in the U.S.
Green House Data’s successful registration with CGP is an important step in its continuing efforts to support, develop, and advance the IT modernization goals of organizations doing business throughout Canada, especially those dealing with sensitive data.
New executive will energize channel sales program for cloud services, managed IT, and business productivity platforms
CHEYENNE, WY — April 16, 2018 — Green House Data, a leader in managed cloud services, private cloud hosting, and information technology platforms, has hired David Neely as its new Vice President of Channel, charged with expanding and energizing the channel sales program and enabling partners with cloud technologies and managed IT.
“David’s extensive credentials and experience in the telco and cloud spheres, alongside his track record of growing programs brings sophistication and energy to the channel,” said Green House Data Senior Vice President of Sales Mark Fuqua. “I look forward to seeing David’s results with master agents, MSPs, resellers, and other organizations looking to add cloud and productivity platforms to their product offerings.”
Cloud hosting, colocation, and managed service provider adds ninth geographic region
Cheyenne, WY and Dallas, TX; June 06, 2017 – Green House Data, a provider of cloud hosting, colocation, and managed IT services throughout the United States, today announced its entry into the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex with the addition of a Dallas-based cloud and disaster recovery data center.
The facility brings Green House Data’s national footprint to ten data center sites within nine geographic regions, spanning the Pacific Northwest, Western and Central USA, Southeast, and East Coast.
“Dallas has been a target expansion site for us due to business density and growth metrics,” said Green House Data CEO and President Shawn Mills. “As one of the largest metros in the United States, Dallas is home to many oil and gas, technology, healthcare, and finance organizations, all of which are well-served by the Green House Data model of high-touch, highly compliant hosting.”
CHEYENNE, Wyo & ATLANTA, Ga. – May 24, 2017 – Green House Data, a leader in cloud hosting, colocation, hybrid IT, and managed data center services, today announced the completion of rebranding of Cirracore, an Atlanta-based enterprise cloud hosting provider.
Cirracore was acquired by Green House Data in Q1 of 2017 marking entry into the Atlanta market. The company moved to rebrand quickly in order to create the most seamless customer experience possible, and to unify the two companies under a single masthead.
CHEYENNE, WY – February 23, 2017 – Green House Data, a nationwide provider of cloud hosting, colocation, and managed data center and IT services, announced today that CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has once again named Green House Data one of its 2017 Managed Service Provider (MSP) 500. The company joins the MSP Pioneer 250, an annual list that recognizes North American solution providers with high-growth in business models focused on providing managed IT services to midsized businesses, helping clients identify IT solutions, improve operational efficiencies, and maximize their return on IT investments.