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The Cloud Looks Different in Pittsburgh, Involta’s Hybrid Cloud is Reshaping the Pittsburgh IT Market


Involta has launched its Involta HybridCloudSM services in the Pittsburgh market. These services are being provided with national expertise through Involta’s local Pittsburgh Data Center facility, an Uptime Institute Certified Tier 3 facility located in the Northpointe Industrial Park. Involta’s HybridCloudSM services include secure, reliable, and local private cloud services combined with high-speed connectivity to and management of all hyperscale public cloud services. Involta’s HybridCloudSM services have doubled in size, making it one of the fastest growing cloud services available in the market. The services now offered in Pittsburgh will help businesses move to the cloud faster and enable time to value through a high level of security, control, performance, and compliance of cloud environments.

Pittsburgh businesses utilizing the Involta PrivateCloudSM will find it easier to navigate the complex cloud world while also helping them connect to a wide range of technology services that enable business innovation.

Involta’s HybridCloudSM services enable Pittsburgh organizations of any size to become more responsive to IT demands, more efficient with their cloud provisioning, and in better control of their cloud spend. Involta’s Hyperscale Connect service offers secure, reliable connectivity directly to major public cloud providers, as well as third party integrations that enable additional automation and manageability.

Organizations are realizing the benefits a cloud infrastructure can bring to the table. From improved speed of IT service delivery and a greater flexibility to be able to react to changing market conditions to enabling business continuity and lower total cost of ownership. Cloud services can help any sized company at any point in its technology journey.

Involta’s Pittsburgh Data Center is a 40,000 square foot, purpose-built facility that opened in 2017. With the expansion of cloud services, Involta’s capital investment in the greater Pittsburgh market has surpassed $16 million. This growth is part of a company-wide expansion that has included the acquisition of two companies in the last two years, the hiring of a chief information security officer, the expansion of a security operations center (SOC), and the development of a business innovation services department. Involta can now help organizations develop IT strategies that align with their business goals and provide the support necessary to implement that strategy, resulting in a holistic approach to IT wellness and value delivery.

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