Cloud Computing is here to stay. Sixty nine percent of companies with cloud computing budgets will increase spending in 2013 and 2014. While businesses focus on efficient and agile IT infrastructure, there has been a shift away from Internal Private Clouds to Cloud Strategy/Planning, IaaS, and SaaS. This shift in attention is expected to result in a worldwide cloud computing market of $19.5 billion by 2016. Peak 10’s third data center in the Greater Atlanta region will be a valuable asset for companies looking to solidify their Cloud Computing future!
The new 75,000-square foot facility will provide customers worldwide with 24/7/365 guarded security and SSAE 16, PCI, and HIPAA compliances. Peak 10’s standard of redundant power and redundant network infrastructure will ensure the maximum uptime businesses require. The new facility will allow Peak 10 to expand its Cloud, Disaster Recovery, and IaaS/SaaS offerings. Along with technology, Peak 10 will have room to expand its strongest asset – the employees. The addition of a large office space will accommodate future growth of the Peak 10 team.
Since 2000, Peak 10 has strategically grown, always attuned to the changing customer and industry needs. Looking at the history and current expansions, it’s safe to say Peak 10 has a foothold in the Cloud Computing industry for 2014 and beyond.