Hosting Talk Global – one of the most comprehensive and well-attended cloud technologies’ events, organized under the main sponsorship of ICANN and .Istanbul Registry, will open the gates for its visitors for the 2nd time during April 12-13 at Grand Cevahir Hotel in Istanbul.
The event will gather key names of the Cloud & Hosting industry, with more than 30 sessions, during which opinion leaders of many global companies such as from Plesk, DigitalOcean, GoDaddy, RedHat and Microsoft as well as more than 500 professionals of the industry from Turkey will come together.
Among this year’s speakers will be names such as Bhavin Turakhia, the CEO of Radix, who sold major domain and hosting companies of India, ResellerClub, LogicBoxes and BigRock to the Endurance group at an amount of 1.2 billion, Lukas Hertig, Senior Vice President of Plesk known for its world-wide mostly preferred hosting control panels, Mohan Ram, Senior Partnership Manager of DigitalOcean; Soeren von Varchmin, CEO of CloudFest and Kaan Demircan, Open Source Strategy Director of Microsoft.
Hosting Talk Global aims to bring together the business world and technology fans, and discuss new cloud technologies and cloud investments in Turkey and the world.
Pioneers of the Cloud and Hosting industry to come together
With Hosting Talk Global, which is going to host more than 30 sessions throughout two days, the participants will have the chance to listen to highly appreciated, local and foreign opinion leaders.
Further speakers of the event, whose speeches regarding the Cloud & Hosting industry are waited impatiently, are:
Nick Tomasso, Vice President of Global Meeting Operations of ICANN
Kıvılcım İstanbulluoğlu, Domain Investor
İlyas Teker, Founder of Mosanta
Koray Şeremet, Senior Solution Architect of Red Hat
Selina Bieber, Regional Manager of GoDaddy
Boyan Ivanov, CEO of Storpool
Hakan Uzuner, Founder of ÇözümPark
Derya Sezen, Kloia, Cloud and DevOps Consultant
Huzeyfe Önal, General Director of BGA
Mert Saka, Registry Services Manager of ICANN
Gökalp Çakıcı, Founder of UzmanPosta
Fahd Batayneh, Area Manager for Middle East of ICANN
Filip Borcov, CEO of Site.pro
Nivu Hussain, Marketing Director of .CLUB
Cihan Nimsi, Founder and CEO of Güzel Hosting
Yusuf Öztürk, Software Architect of VirtualMetric
Divya Bakshi from Radix Channel Partnerships
İsmail Baskın, Google Cloud Platform Expert
The meeting point of the Cloud & Hosting industry
One of the most exciting points of Hosting Talk Global is that participants of the event will have the chance to attend informative panels and join workshops that will be moderated by professionals of the industry.
And if you want to experience with experts how you can boost your business, you can take part in this unique event, where representatives of more than 300 companies from the Cloud & Hosting industry will be there.
Hostway and HOSTING today announcedthe merger of the two organizations, combining to create one of the largest managed cloud services platforms in the world. Both companies are known for secure, compliant managed hybrid cloud solutions and together will have an unmatched set of products and services with the ability to scale for their clients’ growing needs.
The combined organization has 14 world-class data centers in five countries across three continents and will be led by Emil Sayegh as CEO and president. Investors Littlejohn & Co., LLC and Pamlico will stay on to equally back the combined entity.
“Both Hostway and HOSTING have always had an uncompromising commitment to customer service and an incredible history of pioneering leading-edge solutions into the market. This merger is a natural progression of the two companies’ focus on providing solutions for CIOs and IT leaders to reduce costs, mitigate risks and increase business agility,” said Sayegh.
“Our combined strengths benefit all our customers by delivering even more product sets and the scalability to adapt to clients’ changing needs. We will be in a unique position to help customers every step of the way as they make the journey to hybrid cloud environments while protecting them against ever-emerging threats.”
“Both Pamlico and Littlejohn came together to back this merger because we believe the combination makes for an undisputed leader in IT transformation solutions for mission critical applications, and provides opportunity to dominate the market,” said Michael Kaplan, Managing Director, Littlejohn & Co.
“Collectively the organization is even better positioned to address the top enterprise IT challenges of security, costs, lack of IT resources, governance and multi-cloud complexity. Both Pamlico and Littlejohn are prepared to fully support the company into its next phase of growth,” said Scott Stevens, Partner at Pamlico Capital.
HOSTING and Hostway will continue to operate under two separate brands and operational models for a limited period during the interim integration. The company intends to fully merge all functions and operate under a single brand within the next twelve months.
Leading cybersecurity solutions provider – Comodo Cybersecurity, announced a partnership with 1-grid.com. Under the partnership, 1-grid will be bundling Comodo cWatch website security along with its web hosting services.
1-grid specializes in providing hosting solutions for small and medium size businesses (SMBs) across South Africa.
“1-grid.com is a leader in its marketplace in providing managed services for its online SMB customers,” said Jeffrey Eckhaus, Comodo VP Web Security Solutions.”
Adding further he said, “Including Comodo cWatch Web in the 1-grid.com hosting control panel streamlines security implementation for hosting customers. With a single click, small business web sites gain comprehensive protection from malware and other cybersecurity threats.”
Rising cybersecurity threats are not only a challenge for the large enterprises but for the SMBs too, with over 61% of the malware victims being identified as small businesses, per Ponemon Institute 2017. The intensity and risk factors associated with these attacks are becoming more severe and sophisticated.
Compromised websites are the most common feeding ground for cybercriminals. Users who visit such websites unknowingly download malware their systems. This can lead to grave consequences like denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks.
Comodo and 1-grid aim to provide SMBs the ultimate protection against such vulnerabilities, by offering cWatch security tools with 1-grid hosting solutions.
cWatch powered by Comodo, will act as the complete website repair and protection solution to help companies protect their website and stop malware from coming back.
“Together with Comodo, 1-grid.com stands at the forefront in the fight against cybercrime,” said Thomas Vollrath, Head, 1-grid.com hosting business.
“Comodo is the ideal partner and cWatch Web the best offering to serve the cybersecurity needs of our market here in South Africa. Comodo makes it easy to help customers secure their web properties, fueling our growth and building customer confidence,” he added further.
The largest gathering of the cloud, hosting and internet infrastructure space – CloudFest India, is returning this year to Mumbai, on 23rd May 2018 at The Grand Hyatt Mumbai Hotel.
CloudFest India brings together the business leaders to discuss everything from infrastructure, services, security, software, content to deployment and deliver insightful key takeaways for the attendees.
India stands as an emerging market for the internet professionals in terms of various growth opportunities present. SMBs (small and medium sized businesses) act as the backbone of the Indian economy. Per a report published by the Ministry of MSMEs (Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises), India is home to 51 million SMEs, contributing 37.5 percent of India’s GDP.
*The onset of digital technologies has transformed the landscape in which SMBs operate. As per TRAI and BCG-Google study, India has 1.03 billion mobile subscriptions and over 350 million internet users.
The event will talk about more such opportunities that exist in the Indian market. It will showcase the latest technologies, innovations and trends that facilitate the modern communication.
The event will bring together the key branches of the internet infrastructure space – cloud and hosting, security and privacy, software and services, CDNs, telecoms, website builders and CMSs and domain registries and registrars.
It’s a must attend event because:
It’s a platform where the movers and shakers of the internet industry meet and network.
Attendees get to explore latest, state-of-the-art technologies in the exhibition hall.
All get fun and networking opportunities at the ConneXion party.
Attendees can also hold in-house private meetings to discuss growth opportunities with their fellow attendees, including customers and partners.
The ConneXion Party will also be an attraction at CloudFest India, where the attendees can have fun and at the same time network with each other.
This year the list of keynote speakers includes some eminent personalities like Nikhil Arora (VP and Managing Director at GoDaddy), Samiran Gupta (Head of India, ICANN), Manish Dalal (Vice-President – Naming Services, Asia-Pacific at Verisign), Rajendran Dhandapani (Director of Engineering at Zoho), Deepak Daftari (CEO at eShiksha.com) and many more.
GoDaddy stands as the diamond sponsor of the event while Duda and Zoho are the platinum sponsors. Other sponsors include Donuts, Domain Dhaba, E2E Networks, serverloft, OpenSRS, resellerCONNECT and more.
It is a must attend event for those with online businesses and those who aspire to start one.
The annual festival for the cloud, telecom, infrastructure and hosting industry – CloudFest, successfully came to a close on 16th March 2018. The week-long event was the ultimate celebration of the cloud with fun, knowledge and networking exchanges.
The sixth edition of CloudFest saw a huge turnaround with over 7000 attendees, 1300+ CEOs, 2500+ companies, 250+ speakers and 80+ countries.
The sessions included latest announcements, product exhibitions, case studies and panel discussions.
One of the important highlights of the event was the CloudFest Hackathon that brought together open source technology leaders and communities together, who did some real-time coding.
The sessions covered everything from fog computing to domain, to security, to infrastructure, to colocation and big data.
Here’s a quick recap of the key sessions held at CloudFest 2018:
SONM – Decentralized fog computing
Igor Lebedev – SONM (Supercomputer Organized by Network Mining) CTO, discussed about the various challenges of current architecture related to computing workloads, networking requirements and storage amounts. He advocated Microservices and MPP (Massively Parallel Processing) as the solutions to increasing architectural challenges. Under fog computing, the tasks are solved right where they are. GPUs per him, are 100 times more powerful than the usual CPUs.
Verisign – NameStudio API
Ebrahim Keshavarz – Product Management at Verisign, introduced company’s new NameStudio API – a sophisticated domain names’ suggestion tool that can deliver countless .com and .net domain names and suggest relevant domains across a large number of TLDs.
He said that the domain names are the common denominator for various online services.
And thus, finding the perfect domain name is very important. Verisign’s NameStudio API is backed with various machine learning algorithms and can be easily integrated across any online platform.
Hubgets – Communication against the machine
Bogdan Carstoiu – the CEO at Hubgets, talked about the increasingly growing market for unified communications. He discussed how Artificial Intelligence (AI) is having a strong implication in the communication industry. AI based smart bots can save a lot of time wasted in repetitive tasks by suggesting answers to the people.
Solar Archive – Delivering Shareholder value as a Managed Service Provider
David Clayton – non-executive director at Solar Archive, talked about the shareholder value and how can MSPs maintain the capital flow in their business.
He identified infrastructure, talent, brand and many other points as important assets of a cloud MSP.
He discussed the importance of investing in right infrastructure and talent to manage the MSP business and grow revenue. The must-haves of a successful MSPs are:
Here, he also emphasized the importance of email archiving which he said will grow at a CAGR of 14% during 2015-2019. 60% of the business data is on email as such it is important to protect and secure the email conversations. Here, MSPs stand a huge opportunity by offering email archiving services.
VMware – Avoid the Silo
Graham Crich – EMEA Director at VMware Cloud Provider Program at VMware, talked about the evolution of the computing from mainframe to mini and present-day virtualization platforms. He also discussed about the silos that are being built across a particular cloud service and how cloud providers can help their end customers break these silos.
He talked about VMware and AWS partnership and how this will lead to new opportunities for the cloud providers. As session takeaways, he advised CSPs to avoid being siloed, by embracing the whole hybrid cloud operating model and choosing the right tools and management layer to integrate the multi-cloud environment.
InterNetX – Hitting the cloud with Kubernetes
Killian Ries – Senior System Engineer and Marco Revesz – Business Automation Evangelist, at InterNetX, talked about Kubernetes and how they migrated a monolithic application to a micro-service based cloud application which was hosted on Kubernetes. Through a case study, they presented a solution to develop, deploy and run an application on modern DevOps standards.
Infradata – Evolution of Hosting
Remco Hobo – security architect at Infradata, talked about the evolution of the hosting industry. He identified digital economy, customer demands and technology as major drivers of the current technology landscape. He brought in the various challenges and opportunities of hosting industry:
Here, hosting providers need to specialize in their specific sectors to stay relevant in the highly competitive market.
Asseco Data Systems – Security in the Cloud
Andrzej Dopierala – President of the Management Board at Asseco Data Systems, talked about the security in the cloud. He discussed the rising security challenges in the digital market. Here, he introduced various tools like SimplySign for PDF signing, Certum Code Signing, Certum SSL and Certum Email Signing as the most popular trust services. By expanding these services to the cloud, the security of data can be enhanced.
e-shelter services – Colocation, enabler for Hybrid and Multi-cloud solutions
Toan Nguyen – Director Business Development & Cloud Platform at e-shelter services, talked about colocation services and how they can be the enabler for hybrid and multi cloud solutions.
He said that the cloud, Edge Computing, IoT and digitalization are the leading trends that drive customer’s demand for scalable and agile data centers. This will require the present-day data center and colocation service providers to reframe their business strategies to answer the evolving customer needs.
He emphasized the role of colocation data center and connectivity as the key for digital transformation.
HPE – Cloud28+ – Beyond a Single cloud story
Xavier Poisson Gouyou Beauchamps – VP Service Providers and Cloud28+ WW at HPE, discussed about HPE’s partner ecosystem and how it helps partners to extend their sales reach and create new revenue opportunities. He told how HPE is combining hybrid IT innovations – software defined infrastructure, private cloud with the speed and agility of public cloud, and management of multi-cloud and Hyperconverged infrastructure to redefine cloud at the edge.
He also announced new updates to the Cloud28+ platform.
Apart from the sessions, there were various innovative products and technology models that were presented during the event. One of the mention worthy products was RackNap which is a cloud services delivery platform. We got in touch with its COO (Chief Operating Officer) Sabarinathan Sampath, who told us about the product in detail, and how it is helping businesses globally to automate their products/services delivery.
CloudFest had some out-of-the-box sessions by Technology Futurist – Ian Khan, who is a strong advocator of technologies like cloud, AI and blockchain. He said, “If business success can be attributed to one thing, it is trust,” and that should be the base when companies interact with new systems.
Alexander Schulz, Slackline World Record Holder, motivated the attendees by sharing his own experience of becoming a slackline record holder. He said that stepping out of the comfort zone is one of the important steps towards achieving success in personal as well as professional front.
CloudFest, overall, was an event that celebrated cloud every day and through every session. We are very excited for the next edition of CloudFest.
Meanwhile, you can have a look at the short video on CloudFest:
The premier global hosting and cloud event – CloudFest 2018 (earlier WHD.global), is scheduled to take place in Rust, Germany between March 10 – 16, this year.
The event will bring together the 200+ exhibition partners and attendees from the cloud, hosting and service provider industries to explore and access the latest innovations, technologies and trends that drive today’s digital communication.
This year, the event is a must-attend as it focuses on – growth, connectivity and learning, providing cloud professionals access to the latest happenings and unique networking opportunities with the knowledgeable sessions, cool breakout sessions and legendary after-sessions’ parties.
The list of attendees has already crossed the 6500 mark and comprises cloud professionals, VARs, system integrators, registrars and telecom operators from 84 countries.
CloudFest, this year, has also introduced some exciting new programs like Investor Lounge and startup.FAIR. While the Investor Lounge will bring biggest names in the technology and venture capitalists together, the startup.FAIR will help promote new entrants in the cloud market.
The event will not only include the technology experts but will also include the newsmakers, celebrities and influencers from various fields including government and media. The list includes names like Sophia – the social humanoid robot, Billy Morrison – Guitar and Musical entrepreneur, Alexander Schulz – Slackliner, World Record Holder and Ian Khan, the technology futurist.
Apart from these, the event will also witness some expert leaders’ keynote sessions – Laurent Allard (Executive Board Member, head of Strategic Development, Vice Chairman, OVH), Arnold Blinn (Chief Architect, GoDaddy), Ulrich Walter (Systems Cloud & HPC Sales Leader D-A-CH), Jan Loeffler (CTO, Plesk) and many others.
The event will also have its popular pre-program – CloudFest Hackathon, which will see the coming together of open-source communities, developers and partners to explore and solve the real-life open-source problems.
The event partners include Intel and .com powered by Verisign as the Diamond PLUS partners and Title sponsors. Other partners include Dell EMC, cPanel, HPE, Lenovo, IBM, VMware and many others.
Why Not Getting the .COM TLD You Want Might Not Be the End of the World?
As the Internet continues to grow exponentially, more of its most valued real estate – the .com, is no longer available for new entrants into the domain market. For many, this can be disheartening, especially when that million-dollar idea and million-dollar name took hours to research, plan and draw-up. Though a .com TLD (Top Level Domain) remains the premier TLD in use, other options do exist and may actually be cheaper and better for your brand.
According to domain facts from websitebuilderau.com, a vast array of country and regional TLDs, along with industry and sector-based non-government TLDs exist and are vastly under-populated, meaning getting that perfect domain name may be cheaper and easier than you think.
Most Common Alternative
When it comes to online real estate the second most popular domain TLD is .net. For those who are unable to register their sought-after name as a .com, there is a chance that .net is available. Though not nearly as popular as .com extensions, .net is still used by many of the world’s top brands and are a great alternative if a .com isn’t available.
For those looking for a cheaper entry point into the world of online domain ownership many cheap and even free options exist. Up until 1995 .com domains were free to register and since have seen price upsurges. The TLD .xyz is the most used non-governmental TLD and it costs only 59cents to register your domain. Other cheaper options are the free domains registered to the .tk, .cf, .ga, .ml, .cu or .cc TLDs. With these options, it’s possible for anyone to get a piece of the Internet real estate market for little to no investment.
Sector Specific Options
For those looking to register a domain that fits into a specific sector or niche, sector-specific TLDs are a great option. For example, if you were a company looking at releasing a mobile app, the .app TLD may be just what you’re looking for. Other in-demand TLDs that are sector or niche specific include .fan, .web and .club. For those looking for even more TLD freedom, a frequently used technique is to adapt country TLDs to commercial purposes. Examples of this are using something like .dj, the TLD for Djibouti, if you are a disc jockey, or .co (Colombia) to represent corporation or company. By using your imagination, you can increase the possible TLDs available to you and add a little spin on how you market your brand.
Country & Region Options
Another great option for brands and businesses that operate in a specific region or territory is to register their preferred domain name with a country-specific TLD. For example, a Canadian company selling products or services to a Canadian consumer base can register a .ca TLD, or a United Kingdom-based company can do the same with a .uk extension. Currently, top country-specific domain registrations are led by China’s .cn TLD, and other top countries specific TLDs including .de for Germany, .ru for Russia and .tk for Tokelau.
Regardless of your domain’s TLD, the truth is you will need to market your address to draw traffic regardless. In the event you can’t get your brand’s exact .com TLD, these are just a few ways to solve the problem, adding a unique marketing angle and possibly saving you money at the same time.
Here’s a quick infographic that will give you a brief about domain names and facts associated with them:
World Cloud Summit – one of the most awaited industry events, which was hosted virtually this year, came to end on 6th December 2017. The two-day event hosted online, attracted over 500 attendees.
The event brought the thought leaders from all around the world to discuss about cloud, hosting, datacenter, AI and IoT.
The event started with a keynote session by Guruprit Ahuja, CEO and Co-founder – RackNap, who talked about building an enterprise cloud strategy aligning with industry trends.
He discussed about the transformation of the IT industry due to cloud and how this cloud shift will reshape IT industry in the coming years. He considered Microsoft, Google and AWS as the major trendsetters, and said that those who successfully attain this transformation will survive while the rest stand the risk of extinction.
Later, Pradeep Jhunjhunwala, Technology Strategist – Microsoft, talked about Datacenter Migration to cloud where he explained ways of workload and application migration to Azure. He said that Microsoft Azure is a complete cloud solution with hybrid capabilities and also discussed about the significance of Azure Stack.
Jan Loeffler, CTO – Plesk, shared his views on how service providers can offer a ready to code and secure platform to their end customers with Plesk Onyx.
The event also saw Sabarinathan Sampath, Senior Vice President – RackNap, discuss the importance of automation in service delivery in his session Simplifying Management and Delivery of Cloud Services.
The list of attendees included cloud providers, IaaS providers, hosters, MSPs, datacenter providers, system integrators and traditional IT service providers.
Microsoft, Amazon Web Services, Tata Communications, RackNap, Plesk and ZNetLive stood as the event partners.
The organizers also announced World Cloud Summit, 2018 which will be a physical event to be held in Jaipur, Rajasthan.
The premier event for hosting, domains and cloud industry – CloudBazaar took place last week at the business capital of India – Mumbai. The event that drew over 2500 attendees and 40 partners turned out to be the perfect networking platform for insightful informational exchanges related to the cloud and hosting industry.
The 20 sessions that were held at the event, were a balanced mix of B2B (Business-to-business) and B2C (Business-to-customer) interactions, where on one hand, who’s who in the industry talked about the benefits they have realized by moving to the cloud and on the other hand, industry experts discussed about the latest trends in the internet infrastructure industry.
It was an event to remember with the list of elite attendees including the providers of the web hosting, cloud, backup, SaaS and datacenter services along with the ISPs, SSL certificate providers and leading individual bloggers and professionals as well, who were there to learn about new and emerging technologies.
The networking opportunities were galore and the SMBs and other participating companies got the chance to interact with the leaders in the domain and the cloud industry and learn the required strategies to get ahead in the market.
The event started with a session on ‘Building scale for your business’, led by Vice-President, Channel Partnerships of Endurance International Group – Shridhar Luthria. He captivated the audience with his tips on ways to maximize a company’s output within the available resources, while meeting its scaling requirements.
We also saw Mohit Pande – Country head, India, Google Cloud, bring out the significance of automating cognitive insights through machine learning and how to gain advantage in business by taking predictive as well as prescriptive data-driven decisions.
Prabhakar Jayakumar, Country Manager, India – DigitalOcean, talked about cloud and how it supports cost-efficient business scaling.
Later, Amitabh Jacob, Head of Partner & Alliances, Amazon Internet Services, emphasized the importance of digital transformation for businesses and how AWS has been helping its customers achieve it.
We also saw insightful sessions on domain names, from Andy Simpson – Data Scientist, Verisign. He discussed about intersection of online services and domain names.
Anand Vora – Director, Business Development, International Market, Donuts Inc. brought out the significance of new TLDs and how service providers can guide their customers to use these emerging TLDs to define their digital identities.
There was also a panel discussion focusing on domain names and their importance in the growing age of business as an important component of web presence.
Apart from these, there were other sessions also, headed by various experienced business leaders like Sujit Shetty – Architect Lead for Data & AI for Microsoft India, Vikramank Singh – Data Scientist, Facebook and an invite-only session with Deepak Kanakaraju – Digital Marketing Blogger.
The event was primarily organized by ResellerClub and Event Tree. Platinum sponsors were Donuts Inc. and Constant Contact along with .biz and .co TLDs.
Google Cloud, AWS, Zoho, DigitalOcean, OpenSRS, Radix, Jetpack and E2E networks were the Gold sponsors.
Overall, the event was a huge success and now we look forward to CloudBazaar 2018.
Hostway, a leading managed cloud hosting provider and specialist in compliant cloud hosting solutions, is expanding rapidly with a new data center in Austin and new offices in both Chicago and San Antonio.
The new data center, Austin III, is an industry-leading, state-of-the-art facility built with the most advanced infrastructure technology, and designed for the utmost redundancy, resiliency, and reliability. Built in the heart of the city, the Austin III data center is the company’s tenth international, world-class data center, reinforcing Hostway’s commitment to deliver highly reliable and secure cloud hosting solutions 24x7x365 to its thousands of global customers.
All Hostway data centers are designed with the highest uptime and efficiency in mind. They’re regularly independently audited to ensure they adhere to industry best practices and certifications, such as SSAE 16, HIPAA, and PCI. Austin III, a showcase for the latest in cloud hosting technology and infrastructure, helps customers maximize availability, performance, and security while adhering to strict security and compliance requirements.
Key features of the Austin III data center include:
24x7x365 on-site security officers
Two-factor authentication throughout, including biometrics
Diverse electrical and fiber power sources secured in underground vaults, with only underground access
Five barriers to physical entry to all devices
Multi-port interconnect architecture for 100 Gb/s routing
Redundant 10 Gb switch ports for every device
Dedicated channel for out-of-band management on network devices
Seven tier 1 network carriers for seamless connectivity across sites and to other hypercloud vendors
Dual power feeds throughout using redundant substations
N+1 backup power generator
2N chillers with N+1 computer room air handler
Redundant A/B power to each rack
As a long-term commitment to its employees and customers in those markets, the company also expanded its Chicago and San Antonio footprints with new offices. Hostway San Antonio is now located at 401 E. Sonterra BLVD., San Antonio, TX and is 7,000 square feet, and Hostway Chicago is located at 211 W. Wacker Drive, Chicago, IL. Hostway is hiring for multiple positions in all locations around the world including Chicago and San Antonio.
“We are growing to deliver the best, most cutting-edge hosting environments for our thousands of enterprise and business customers across the globe,” said Emil Sayegh, president and CEO of Hostway.“We continue to provide exceptional service along with innovative solutions that help software companies move their workloads to the cloud while meeting the stringent security and compliance requirements. We are also fully committed to being active, positive members of the communities we operate in.”