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Atlantic.Net, a cloud service provider that specializes in HIPAA-compliant hosting for the healthcare industry, is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year.
The company was formed in 1994 as an Internet service provider, but over the years has adapted with the latest technology trends and in 2009 transitioned into cloud services. Over the next 10 years the company further developed its hosting platform and associated services and is now a major cloud services provider with more than 15,000 business clients in over 100 countries.
“What started as an ISP in a university dorm has evolved into a leading Cloud Services Provider that our clients have come to rely on for powering their businesses, securing their data, and ensuring compliance and business continuity,” said Atlantic.Net Founder, President, and CEO, Marty Puranik. “By offering optimized Cloud and traditional hosting that protects and scales with our customer’s businesses, we have grown into an international brand with a computing presence in multiple countries. We thank our loyal staff and clients, without whom our success would not be possible.”
The rapid growth of the company’s customer base has been helped in no small part by the expansion of its services into the healthcare sphere. Atlantic.Net now offers a range of HIPAA-compliant services to the healthcare sector, including HIPAA-compliant cloud hosting, database hosting, WordPress hosting, cloud storage, disaster recovery, and a range of managed security services to help healthcare organizations improve their cybersecurity posture and comply with HIPAA Rules.
There is certainly a lot to celebrate at Atlantic.Net this year. The company has received awards from Inc 500, MedTech Breakthrough, Florida 100 and many others for its sustained growth, customer service, products, and services.
CEO Marty Puranik has also been recognized for outstanding leadership and has collected an Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year award, a Business Journal’s Forty Under 40 award, and as been inducted into The University of Florida Hall of Fame.