Atmosera announces an expansion of its physical presence with a new office in Dallas, Texas.
How do you balance resource efficiency while meeting regulatory and security requirements? The answer: managed security services.
Windows Server end of support is an opportunity to modernize your application stack and increase consistency across infrastructure by moving it to the Microsoft cloud.
This eBook evaluates both the reasons behind and results of businesses’ increasing cloud investments in order to build an understanding of the business landscape in the cloud.
This white paper outlines strategies and key steps important to planning a successful Azure migration that results in a robust cloud deployment aligned to your business goals.
As e-commerce expands rapidly and in-store checkout goes cardless, it's never been easier to get the products you need as quickly as possible. The flip side: cybercriminals have an ever-growing trove of personal and financial information within their reach.
We’re approaching the one-year anniversary of the ransomware attack that held critical City of Atlanta systems hostage, costing millions to fix. And although we don’t hear about high-profile ransomware attacks every day, they’re still a threat to government systems: in January, the city of Del Rio, Texas, suffered an attack that shut down city hall servers.
Tune in for a discussion on how to keep up with changes without slowing down the pace of innovation and agility in the cloud.
Atmosera, a leading Microsoft Azure cloud services provider, today announced two new products focused on uncovering customers’ existing network vulnerabilities and actively monitoring their systems for potential threats.
Atmosera, a leading Microsoft Azure cloud services provider, has been named to CRN's 2019 Managed Service Provider (MSP) 500 list for the third consecutive year. The magazine placed Atmosera within its Security 100 subset.
When you think of bank security, the vault is probably the first thing that comes to mind. All of your wealth locked behind a foot of steel and concrete. For decades, that was enough to protect a bank’s most valuable assets. Today, we’re managing a second vault: one filled with customer data, locked behind layers of encryption. The trouble is that today’s bank robbers aren’t working with dynamite, like in the westerns; they’re behind powerful computers.
Smartphone applications allow users to complete tasks in seconds that once required a visit to the bank, such as transfers and depositing paychecks. The cloud facilitates this increased activity, giving banks the computing power necessary to process millions of customer requests and payments through the application at any given moment. And by managing front-end functionality in the cloud, institutions gain an extra layer of security against growing cyberthreats.
Atmosera, a leading Microsoft Azure cloud services provider, announced today that it has been nominated for three Cloud Awards, a global program that celebrates success and innovation in the cloud computing industry.
A year-and-a-half ago, as numerous countries dealt with WannaCry’s aftermath, ransomware was one of the hottest topics in retail IT—and all feared what would happen if their systems were suddenly held hostage. But even by the end of 2017, the security firm Malwarebytes found that ransomware attacks dropped off significantly.
The proliferation of the Internet of Things (IoT) technologies continues to transform business operations and processes. The pace at which these devices appear increases at an astounding rate each year: at present, there are 23.14 billion IoT-connected devices online. By 2025, according to Statista, there will be 75.44 billion. It’s no surprise, then, that today’s manufacturers are more reliant on IoT technology than ever before.
Atmosera, a leading Microsoft Azure cloud services provider, will integrate Arista EOS CloudVision as part of an infrastructure upgrade aimed at simplifying network management.
It wasn’t long ago that the worst disasters a manufacturer had to fear were natural ones: fires, tornados or hurricanes. Machinery didn’t stop just because the internet went down. But like most industries, manufacturing is undergoing a massive digital transformation, driven by Industry 4.0 technologies such as IoT sensors and artificial intelligence.
Two executives from Atmosera, a leading Microsoft Azure cloud services provider, will offer sessions focused on cloud implementation during the 10th annual Cloud Expo, Nov. 12-13 at the Roosevelt Hotel, New York City.
Atmosera, a leading Microsoft Azure cloud services provider, will adopt Rapid7 (Nasdaq:RPD) solutions as part of its efforts to continually deliver secure environments for its clients.
Join Atmosera and Axian for an informative webinar to learn more about different cloud infrastructures, how to assess your needs, plan your migration, and successfully operate your applications in the right cloud environment.
Atmosera, a leading Microsoft Azure cloud services provider, has entered into a master agency distribution agreement with channel sales enablement advisor, AVANT Communications.
Atmosera, a leading Microsoft Azure cloud services provider, recently announced the results from its third year of participation in Portland General Electric’s Clean Wind renewable energy program.
Fully Managed, Co-Managed, and Self-Managed Azure Solutions Now Available to Business Customers Through the Company’s Enterprise Agreement or Microsoft CSP Licensing Format
Azure offers one of the most compelling cloud-based solution when it comes to scalability, performance, reliability, and cost-effectiveness. To successfully run in Azure requires careful planning and on-going management services.
In an effort to continue delivering more value to our customers, we are rolling out a new Billing Portal which will enable you to view and manage your Atmosera bills.
TechRepublic Senior Writer Dan Peterson interview with Atmosera Chief Marketing Officer John Trembley.
Channel EYE Author Nick Farrell interview with Atmosera VP of Information Security & Chief Information Security Officer Ray Espinoza
Higher Use of Public Cloud Services, Evolving Regulatory Requirements, and Dynamic Computing Models Are Driving Demand for Cloud Security & Compliance
Atmosera Recognized for DevOps Leadership in Automating the Deployment of Websites and Applications in Microsoft Azure
The annual list recognizes North American solution providers with cutting-edge approaches to delivering managed services
DZONE: Research Analyst Tom Smith interview with Atmosera VP of Engineering, Scott Harvey and CMO, John Trembley.
Atmosera and iTrellis Accelerate Business Agility with Advanced IT Re-Platforming for Microsoft Clouds
The following provides information regarding security vulnerabilities which became public on Wednesday.
Microsoft Azure Government is the most trusted cloud for US government agencies and their partners which now includes Atmosera
Atmosera Provides Fact-Based Analysis and Intelligence for Roadmap to Optimize Business-Critical Websites and E-Commerce Sites in Microsoft Azure
VMBlog: David Marshall conducts an expert interview with John Trembley, Chief Marketing Officer at Atmosera.
For over 20 years, Atmosera has delivered managed services and IT solutions to many industries including healthcare.
Don Macvittie mentions Atmosera in an article about DevOps and Cloud, Ray Espinoza and CMO, John Trembley.
Microsoft is not always associated with the open source movement but to think they no longer play nice is a mistake. Microsoft is a big backer of Open Source Software (OSS) and is putting significant resources behind it. Microsoft’s Azure platform works seamlessly with open source especially when it comes to cloud development interfaces and tools.
Research Analyst Tom Smith interview with Atmosera VP of Engineering, Scott Harvey and CMO, John Trembley.
Research Analyst Tom Smith interview with Atmosera VP of Engineering, Scott Harvey and CMO, John Trembley.
New Release Management as a Service (RMaaS) for Azure enables end-to-end automation and testing to accelerate deployment of e-commerce sites
Cloud computing has three main, often interconnected types of services – Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), and Software as a Service (SaaS).
Channel Partners Senior Editor Lynn Haber interview with Atmosera CISO, Ray Espinoza and CMO, John Trembley.
Atmosera offers flexible IT security and compliance solutions to combat the world’s most sophisticated threats
As we discussed in our Security and the Cloud – Common Myths post, Information Security (InfoSec) and the cloud require thoughtful planning and expertise.
Atmosera Announces Enhanced Managed Azure Services for Public, Private, and Hybrid Cloud Deployments
There’s a lot of hype as well as genuine concerns about using a public cloud to power mission-critical applications, especially those with high InfoSec or compliance requirements.
At a recent SecureWorld conference, Atmosera’s Ray Espinoza, Chief Information Security Officer, addressed the topic: Can you trust the public cloud?
In an effort to continue delivering more value to our customers, we started the process of implementing a new billing system.
The team at Atmosera is proud to have its own Doug Adler nominated as CFO of the Year by the Portland Business Journal in the Medium Company Category
New offering addresses the evolving threat landscape for public, private and hybrid cloud deployments.
The following provides information regarding the cyber-attack that took place on Friday, May 12, 2017 known as the WanaCry/WanaCrypt0r ransomware.
Ray Espinoza brings a wealth of experience, acquired working for leading Bay Area companies, to drive Information Security and Compliance services.
Atmosera was recognized by both Portland Business Journal and the Oregonian as a top technology company.
Companies and application developers worldwide benefit from an effective, well-executed backup solution to safeguard their data in the cloud.
Last week Atmosera executives spoke at a number of events on topics ranging from Security & Compliance, DevOps in the Cloud...
Scott Harvey leads efforts to realize the company’s vision of delivering Azure hybrid solutions to companies and application developers worldwide
Clients get tailored solutions for outsourcing database administration and advanced data management architecture
Jared Cheney leads the team responsible for the delivery of operational excellence to ensure a consistent and outstanding client experience
Clients benefit from the power of Microsoft cloud offerings with the experience and 24x7x365 support of an established managed cloud provider
Doug Adler joins Cloud Solution Provider to lead ongoing financial growth and accelerate its hybrid cloud momentum
Company with 20-year pedigree leads the way for clients who want to leverage hybrid managed solutions to run their businesses more effectively