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Company Overview of Hosting.com, Inc.
Hosting.com, Inc. provides cloud hosting and disaster recovery solutions to mid-large enterprises in the United States and internationally. Its cloud hosting solutions include enterprise and private cloud, hybrid hosting, enterprise colocation, dedicated hosting, and managed hosting; and disaster recovery services include business continuity, cloud replication, SAN2SAN replication, and server replication. The company monitors, manages, and enhances e-Commerce, Web, independent software vendors/software-as-a-service (SaaS), and back-office applications; and provides cloud firewall services for the security and compliance needs of IT managers. It serves financial services, government, healthca...
900 South Broadway
Denver, CO 80209
Founded in 1997
Key Executives for Hosting.com, Inc.
Vice President of Managed Hosting and Cloud Computing
Executive Vice President of Operations
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.
Hosting.com, Inc. Key Developments
HOSTING Appoints Don Barlow Executive as VP of Operations
Jun 11 13
HOSTING appointed veteran operations executive Don Barlow as Executive Vice President of Operations. Barlow will oversee HOSTING's customer support, technical and data center operations teams. Barlow brings over 20 years of senior leadership positions in the technology service provider arena. Prior to HOSTING, Barlow served as Vice President of the Cloud Consulting Practice at ATG Consulting where he led several high-profile projects for well-known cloud service providers. He also served as Senior Vice President of Operations at OpSource, one of the earliest cloud service providers.
Hosting.com, Inc. Launches Cloud Visibility Reporting Tool for Measuring Operational Performance
May 7 13
Hosting.com, Inc. announced a new business insights tool that provides visibility into HOSTING's cloud services using the five tenets of ITIL service design: availability, performance, recovery, security and capacity. The new 360 Degrees Report(TM) provides a concise summary of both historical and predictive cloud information that customers can use to help optimize their environment in HOSTING's cloud. 360 Degrees Report is the only cloud report on the market that enables customers to compare their own performance levels with those of organizations in similar industries, running similar applications or with similar critical success factors. Armed with comparison reports, IT leaders can more effectively advocate for changes to systems configurations and security postures, effectively giving HOSTING customers a competitive advantage. The 360 Degrees Report offers flexibility to tailor reports based on an enterprise's own critical success factors. Customers configure threshold targets within the five ITIL areas to align with their business priorities. This enables the delivery of relevant intelligence based on the operational performance and security posture deemed most important by individual customers. The monthly 360 Reports provide quantitative metrics for each ITIL area, along with recommendations for improving the score achieved. For example, a 360 Degrees Report could recommend that a customer add monitoring to additional devices to improve availability scoring. 360 Degrees Report provides HOSTING customers: - Concise managed cloud services data that is immediately actionable via "performance-on-a-page" reports. - Streamlined summaries that enable quick identification of areas that need attention, and areas that meet or exceed customer success parameters. - Unparalleled transparency, visibility and control via cloud operations information delivered according to the 5 ITIL-based tenets of any cloud installation: availability, performance, recovery, security and capacity. - Business & technical level information that ranges from summary performance data on rates and services to technical information such as monitoring, capacity and backups. - Tailored operational performance information via scores calculated based on the five key report areas and customer-specified critical success factors. - Normative data that compares your cloud performance with that of your neighbors: By industry, revenue, application and critical success factors. - Leading and lagging data: Look 30 days back and 90 days forward via this report. Use the data to proactively forecast upcoming resource needs and to drive investments.
Hosting.com, Inc. Appoints Matt Ferrari as Chief Technology Officer
Mar 5 13
Hosting.com, Inc. announced that Matt Ferrari has taken charge of strategic technology development for HOSTING's products and services as the company's new Chief Technology Officer. Ferrari is responsible for the architecture, engineering, and release management organizations within HOSTING. He oversees all new product development, back office, and product line enhancements. Ferrari has been with HOSTING since 2002.
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