Lakeland, FL (PRWEB) March 13, 2016
DSM Technology Consultants is pleased to welcome Richard Nicholas to the team as the VP of Service Delivery and Corporate Development. Nicholas previously worked at his family’s data center business. During his time there he took the helm, and rapidly turned the company into a best in class data center business, and sold it to WOW! Business, a publicly traded cable company. At WOW! Business, he led their national cloud, and data center business. He also completed the acquisition of a cloud, fiber, and data center business in Ohio. At DSM, Nicholas is responsible for the delivery of all services including Enterprise Cloud, Managed Infrastructure Services, Disaster Recovery as a Service, Data Protection as a Service and Co-location Solutions. He also plays a key role in DSM’s merger and acquisition efforts. Richard enjoys running, ultimate Frisbee, craft beer, travel, and reading, but most of all enjoys spending time with his two children, wife and two cats. Richard graduated with degrees in Political Science and Psychology from Wake Forest University.
About DSM Technology Consultants, LLC
DSM is Florida’s leading managed cloud provider and is presently developing a national footprint. By utilizing the largest inland private cloud network in Florida, DSM delivers fully managed private cloud solutions as well as hybrid cloud networks utilizing both private and public cloud environments. DSM’s “white glove” services provide customers with cost effective solutions that drive to business objectives, including Managed Infrastructure Services, Disaster Recovery as a Service, Data Protection as a Service, Security as a Service, and custom Platform as a Service. These highly scalable solutions are delivered from CJIS, SSAE16, SOC 1, SOC 2 and HIPAA certified facilities. DSM leverages its Professional Services organization with deep technical expertise and strong client-centric focus to enable its clients to achieve their business needs and goals.
For more information, visit http://www.dsm.net.