Greatresponder.com – 2011-06-30 – Online Tech web hosting and data center operator company announced yesterday it has noticeably increased its data center operations team by 33 percent, as well as added new partner certifications to its operations team this year.
Online Tech web hosting and data center operator has not disclose the actual number of employees it has added in 2011 year, but it says in a press release that its “staff operations now consists of Microsoft, VMware, Cisco and Dell certified members”.
Since the beginning of this year, Online Tech web hosting and data center operator has received Microsoft certifications, Cisco certifications, VMware certifications and Dell Equallogic SAN certifications.
Several month ago, Online Tech achieved SSAE 16 Type II certification for its well known Michigan web hosting data centers.
In addition to expanding the knowledge base of its operations team, Online Tech has added additional IT professionals to strengthen its 24/7 support.
“As our client’s needs have shifted to greater expectations of uptime and hands-on managed services, we have adjusted our staffing model accordingly,” said Mike Klein, president of Online Tech web hosting and data center operator. “We are continually looking for ways to drive our ticket response time down closer and closer to zero.”
The company says it has been able to reinvest this growth in its support team.
Small summary on Online Tech web hosting and data center operator:
Online Tech founded in 1994 year as one of Michigan’s first Internet Service Providers (ISPs), Online Tech stands as one of the longest lasting Internet companies in the Great Lakes market. In July 2003, Online Tech company was acquired by new owners who made noticeable investments in our data center and network infrastructure, making Online Tech company one of Michigan’s largest managed data center operators.
Since then, Online Tech web hosting and data center company continues growth providing managed web hosting services.
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