What should IT Managers be looking for in a CSP?

PrivateCLoudGraphicWith the New Year, many organizations are making the resolution to better understand the cloud and the benefits of cloud computing. The common benefits are presented everywhere you look; cost savings, scalability and mobility. Finding a credible Cloud Service Provider (CSP) isn’t as simple as a sales brochure may advertise.

The first thing an IT Manager should understand is that most CSPs have more compliance experts, networking engineers, security engineers and support staff than their internal data center. Going with a CSP immediately increases the size and expertise of your IT staff.

Leader_in_CCSecurity is at the top of all IT Manager’s list of concerns when considering cloud migration. While most CSPs will rattle off security keywords, a reputable cloud service provider will be able to show you just how secure your environment will be. Does your CSP carry any specialized certifications or compliances such as FedRAMP or ISO 27001? Such compliances show a dedication to security and updated processes that go far beyond the hardware your environment is built on.

Project Hosts provides all of the necessary information you require to make an informed decision, as well as the Person-2-Person on-going support that very few providers offer.

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