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nexogy to Bring Cloud Communications and Managed Services to Florida Health Center
According to a recent press release, nexogy, a provider of cloud and managed services to enterprises, has secured a 3-year, $320,000 Cloud Communication and Managed Services contract with a leading Health Care Center in South Florida. This announcement, the company said, shows how important cloud communications is becoming across many vertical markets, and moreso, that the pace of adoption is accelerating. Meanwhile, managed services adoption in the $217 billion managed services industry is also growing.
nexogy is a complete managed service provider that gives businesses the power to manage communications from anywhere, at any time, via the cloud. nexogy has been providing cloud communications services to thousands of businesses since 1999, bringing new technology to companies, along with support and customer service. The company’s technical knowledge and access to underlying technologies allow it to ensure that networks are secured properly.
Today's evolving threat landscape and increasingly complex IT infrastructures are progressively increasing demands on IT teams across the globe. As a result, organizations of all sizes are opting to simplify operations and reduce overhead by outsourcing their IT security to service providers who can deliver best-of-breed options to meet their individual needs.
"Facing an increasingly hostile threat landscape, businesses of all sizes are struggling to ensure the security of their sensitive data and technology investments,” said Felipe Lahrssen, COO, nexogy. “These challenges are driving many organizations to seek out security service providers that have the technical expertise and advanced security offerings that can meet their unique business requirements.”
Although unnamed, the Health Care Center reportedly said that it was impressed with the implementation and the skill sets which were necessary to define, implement and operate appropriate levels of data protection and privacy-specific security controls in their network. These surprises are going to become ever more important to overcome as the Healthcare industry adopts digital transformation technology like cloud infrastructure, managed services, edge computing and IoT.
Edited by Maurice Nagle