Alexandria, VA (PRWEB) May 23, 2012
Now, there’s an online resource to help Virginia government customers learn more about how to host their websites, applications and data.
Published by hosting pioneer AIS Network, the website, http://www.aisn.net/virginiaegov, offers Commonwealth of Virginia customers information about secure hosting for websites, applications and data, as well as a look at managed and cloud hosting services tailored specifically for Virginia’s electronic government (eGov) services program.
Earlier this month, AISN announced its selection by the Virginia Information Technologies Agency as a contracted supplier chosen to offer IT hosting services to Virginia state agencies and other eligible public entities, including Virginia counties, cities, towns, educational institutions and public safety providers. AISN expects to guide its Virginia eGov customers through the hosting process, from strategic planning to implementation and beyond.
AISN, a leading provider of enterprise cloud hosting and managed hosting services for governments and businesses, delivers customized hosting solutions for commercial enterprise and government agencies seeking the highest levels of compliance and responsiveness.
About AIS Network
AIS Network takes businesses to the cloud. Hosting pioneer AISN is a leader in managed hosting for mission-critical applications for organizations with demanding security and compliance requirements. Whether you’re using our private cloud, public cloud, hybrid cloud, or good old-fashioned dedicated hosting, we take the worry out of your IT. Our world-class, disaster-resistant facilities and commitment to quality service ensure that our customers aren’t just satisfied – they love us. Fully managed hosting of applications and online businesses is what we’ve done best since 1993. Unlike many cloud hosting companies, AISN, a SSAE 16 Type II-compliant organization, personalizes client service at every level, inspiring full confidence that mission-critical data, applications and email are in reliable hands. Visit http://www.aisn.net.