SOUTHFIELD — Secure-24, a provider of application hosting and managed cloud services, has invested in a new flash storage system and has implemented it across its cloud data centers in Michigan and Nevada.
“There’s an increasing demand to store large quantities of data — and make it easily accessible at a moment’s notice,” says Scott McIsaac, CTO of Secure-24. “Our IT transformation expert team, armed with a suite of enterprise diagnostics and rapid assessment methodology, can provide detailed guidance in helping organizations achieve IT stabilization, consolidation and optimization for core applications and infrastructure.”
Mclssac says flash storage is for customers running heavy workloads on mission critical applications as well as eliminate storage based performance issues allowing companies to accelerate their business by alleviating long process run-times for reporting and reducing the need for costly performance tuning and troubleshooting.
Among the early adopters of Secure-24’s new service is Multiquip, a Carson, Calif.-based manufacturer and supplier of world class quality industrial products and solutions.
“Secure-24 saved us a tremendous amount of engineering hours by researching, planning and delivering our IT environments on next generation flash storage infrastructure,” says Michael Hanken, vice president of IT at Multiquip.