Company Recognized for Exemplary Approach to Delivery of Managed IT Services
CHEYENNE, WY - February 17, 2015 – Green House Data today announced it has earned recognition on The Channel Company’s 2015 CRN Managed Service Provider (MSP) 500 list as one of the MSP Hosting 100. This annual list distinguishes the top technology providers and consultants in North America whose leading approach to managed services enables their customers to improve operational efficiencies, elicit greater value from their IT investments, and successfully leverage technology to achieve greater competitive advantage.
CHEYENNE, WYOMING – September 27, 2013 – Green House Data, a leader in infrastructure ser-vices including cloud hosting and colocation and a VMware vCloud Powered partner, today announced company president Shawn Mills will represent the company at AFCOM’s Data Center World Fall 2013 in Orlando, Fla.
This year’s theme is Aligning the Data Center with Business Strategy and the event will feature pan-els, education sessions, and tradeshow geared towards the modern data center ecosystem, ranging from long-term planning to day-to-day operations. Conference tracks include data center trends, management topics, and facilities, among others.
Green House Data, a leader in infrastructure services including cloud hosting and colocation and a VMware vCloud Powered partner, today announced Thomas Burns, Vice President of Business Development, will be presenting at the MSPWorld Fall Conference in San Jose on Monday, October 7. His presentation will detail how data centers can help you with managed services through cloud or colocation services.
Green House Data, a VMware vCloud Powered Partner and a leading provider of cloud hosting, managed services, and colocation, today announced it will attend Disaster Recovery Journal's Fall World, the largest event of its kind dedicated to business continuity and disaster recovery.
CHEYENNE, WY - Green House Data was named the 8th best United States cloud provider in terms of availability in a recent article on ReadWrite. The data came from Compuware’s CloudSleuth service, which monitors the current status of cloud providers across the globe, with rankings including response time and availability.