Safe and Secure: Compliant Colocation Meets the Cloud

Safe and Secure: Compliant Colocation Meets the Cloud

 

Available On Demand
Duration 60min
Speakers
Laurent Lachal
Senior Analyst, Software - IT Solutions
Ovum
Laurent Lachal
Laurent Lachal is leading Ovum Software Group’s cloud computing research. He works in close co-operation with other members of the Ovum team, both within the software group as well as the Ovum IT services, telecom and vertical industry teams, to cover the various aspects of the cloud computing phenomenon and its impact on the software market.

In his 19-year career as an IT analyst, Laurent has provided software vendors and users with insight into a wide range of issues from high-level business strategy issues to low-level technology ones. He has a deep knowledge of most segments of the IT industry from infrastructure to applications and was until mid-2009 in charge of Ovum’s open source-related research activities.

Besides Ovum, where he has spent most of his career, Laurent has also been European software market group manager at Gartner Ltd.
Jon Greaves
CTO
Carpathia Hosting
Jon Greaves
A recognized leader in the information technology services industry, Jon has spent a significant part of his career in managed services and operations with a particular emphasis on remote services delivery. Prior to joining Carpathia Hosting, Jon was a Distinguished Engineer and held the role of CTO of Sun Microsystems’ Services business. Prior to Sun, Jon was instrumental in leading the architecture and development of SevenSpace’s industry-leading remote management and delivery platform. He is recognized as an expert on systems security and privacy, playing a strategic role in representing the telecommunications industry in developing international standards in response to Critical Infrastructure Protection and U.S. Presidential Decision Directive 62 and 63. Greaves has also held positions at British Telecom, MCI and Concert.
 
Karen Bannan
InformationWeek Contributor
Karen Bannan
Karen is a veteran business writer and editor with a wide range of publishing experience. Her work has appeared in Forbes, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, MyBusiness Magazine, Government Computer News, Workforce Management, CFO, AdWeek, Crain’s New York, Time, and Crain’s BtoB. Karen, who has a M.A. in Magazine Journalism from New York University, has also written for virtually every woman’s magazine including Woman’s Day, Family Circle, Ladies’ Home Journal, Parents, Health, Fitness, and Shape. Her technology credits include five years on staff at Computer Retail Week, PC Magazine, eWeek, and Inter@ctiveWeek as well as countless other technology publications. Her beats include hardware, software, security, business process automation, social media, cloud and mobile computing, marketing, and the retail channel. Her technology work focuses on both the public and private sectors, and she has an extensive contact list of high profile C-level sources.

Karen’s editing experience includes a Forbes custom publication, a Rodale Custom publication for a financial services client, as well as United Business Media’s Smart Enterprise magazine. She has also worked extensively on custom magazines and other collateral produced by AARP, CDW, Imagination, Oracle Corp., McMurry, Federated Media, the National Federation of Businesses (NFIB), American Airlines Custom, and American Express Custom. She writes white papers, product briefs, case studies, microsites, newsletters, and feature stories. Karen is also a seasoned public speaker and presenter. She has moderated more than 200 webinars over the past few years, and has been called upon numerous times to act as an expert source, creating and presenting original webinar presentations.

Colocation is a solid choice for a growing number of companies. Being able to use a reliable provider’s network, servers, and storage equipment can help reduce costs and complexity. However, scalability can sometimes be an issue. Today, many companies are embracing the ease and flexibility of the cloud, using it to augment their colocation infrastructure whenever demand exceeds capacity. However, there are many businesses and industries that are required to meet strict security standards that have been extremely cautious about utilizing cloud-based services. They worry about data protection and about ever-growing compliance regulations that industry-specific or board-driven. Complex and compliant managed hosting provider Carpathia Hosting has introduced a solution for this rapidly growing segment of businesses. The company’s IBX Vault data center --  a 64,000 square foot, 7.3-megawatt facility located in the Washington D.C. area – has a secure, private-fiber connection, providing direct access to 200-plus networks, carriers, and ISPs with armed on-site security guards 24x7. There is finally an option for those who may need colocation services as well as cloud options that meet strict security and compliance requirements.

Join our featured speaker as they explain how the colocation and cloud market is changing, and how to choose the best service provider for your needs. In this webinar you will learn:

  • What a hybrid solution is and what it affords companies
  • Why hosting augmented with cloud bursting options can help companies manage capacity
  • About the many compliant managed hosting, cloud and colocation services that are available via Carpathia
  • How Carpathia solutions meet PCI, SOX, and HIPAA/HITECH commercial regulations
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