Demand for Cloud Hosting, Disaster Recovery Fuels 50 Percent Revenue Growth for AIS Network

Cloud hosting provider AIS Network has reported 50 percent revenue growth in 2013. AISN CEO Jay Atkinson attributes strong growth to greater demand for high security/ high compliance cloud-based hosting and disaster recovery services.

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AIS Network CEO Jay Atkinson says that his company is seeing greater demand for high security/ high compliance cloud hosting and disaster recovery services.

Strong customer focus on the benefits that cloud security affords, notably encryption, is making [cloud hosting] an increasingly popular choice to replace aging, in-house legacy systems.

McLean, VA (PRWEB) January 03, 2014

Greater demand for high security/ high compliance cloud hosting and disaster recovery services is the driving force behind AIS Network’s 50 percent surge in revenue growth over the last year. The cloud hosting provider's chief executive noted that strong customer focus on the benefits that cloud security affords, notably encryption, is making it an increasingly popular choice to replace aging, in-house legacy systems.

The privately held, Virginia-based AISN is a rapidly growing leader in enterprise-class hosting solutions for both the private and public sectors across North America. The company is widely recognized for its latest success in hosting mission-critical sites, data and applications for the Commonwealth of Virginia.

“We’ve seen quite a lot of activity in the last four years but our biggest growth yet has surged considerably within the last year,” said AISN CEO Jay Atkinson.

“Unquestionably, businesses and governments are taking bigger leaps into the cloud. As that cloud adoption has accelerated, we’ve seen greater enterprise spending on infrastructure-related services. There is heightened interest in what state-of-the-art virtualization technologies can do to enhance security, storage and disaster recovery protection. We’ve spent significant time helping customers to integrate cloud platforms with legacy systems such as ERP and CRM systems. We see this activity accelerating over the next two years,” Atkinson said.

Atkinson said that as the company moves into 2014, it will continue to focus on meeting the needs of companies that require high performance services with over-the-top attention to security and compliance.

Exceeding the compliance mandates for HIPAA, SOX, PCI, SSAE 16 and other regulations has been AISN’s particular focus as its core customer base continues to grow in the areas of government, health care and financial services.

“It remains our mission to design and build the most secure custom, cloud-based hosting solutions on the market. We’re grateful to our clients, partners, employees and everyone who has been a part of AISN’s rapid success over the last few years,” Atkinson said.

AISN hosting clients are organizations of all sizes and varying industries, ranging from governments and nonprofits to startups and publicly traded companies. Companies with vast amounts of data and large user populations, particularly those in the highly regulated health care and financial services industries, rely on AISN to host their most sensitive data, applications and Web sites in a fully compliant environment.

About AIS Network
AIS Network takes businesses and governments to the cloud. Founded in 1993, AISN is the premier provider of fully managed hosting services to the Commonwealth of Virginia as well as numerous large enterprises and online businesses with demanding security, compliance and responsiveness requirements. Whether you’re using our high security/high compliance private 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. Visit http://www.aisn.net.

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