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It’s All About You
Today’s ever-changing environment requires you to keep focused on your unique value and to depend on partners to do the same. While you focus on growing your business, Peak 10 keeps pace as a trusted IT advisor and data center provider. Whether your needs are colocation, managed services or cloud services, we will help you remove costly variables from your organization and will stay at your side as a rock solid and long-term partner for meaningful, measurable growth.
"Community Home Care & Hospice is one of the largest and most respected hospice agencies in the Southeast. It was looking for a reliable data center provider that could better meet its growing IT needs. Additionally, the company was planning for a complete technology refresh within its current production environment. It felt that if moving its environment was going to be an option, doing this project at the same time as the refresh was the most logical decision. Peak 10 built a new IT environment for CHC&H while also increasing the availabilty, reliability and security of its mission-critical data and significantly reducing its capital expenses. "
Community Home Care & Hospice Case Study
"Spalding University’s small, six-acre city campus has great student appeal, but also limits its options to accommodate growth. Information technology offers an avenue for expansion via online instruction and access to a wider student population, as well as increased learning flexibility."
Spalding University Case Study
"During the 2012 PGA Championship, a spike in web traffic caused caused a slowdown in The PGA of America's scoring application’s ability to feed real-time information to the TV networks. Peak 10 had to step in and coordinate a lightning-fast solution to meet the golf organization’s needs and keep its site up with data flowing in real-time, while web traffic continued to spike. Peak 10 quickly mobilized its teams of experts, doubled The PGA of America's capacity, and made it live in a matter of hours."