Connectria Named One of Top 100 Places to Work in 2019
Jun25

Connectria Named One of Top 100 Places to Work in 2019

The managed cloud and managed service provider, Connectria, has been named one of the top 100 places to work in IT in 2019 by IDG’s Computerworld. The company ranked #13 in its small organization ranking (fewer than 100 U.S. employees). This is the sixth consecutive year that Connectria has been included in Computerworld Best Places to Work in IT list: A ranking of the companies with the best work environments, where employees are challenged, allowed to grow, develop and advance, and are rewarded for their efforts with excellent compensation and great benefits. “Our 2019 survey shows again that the Best Places to Work in IT are dynamic organizations that provide top pay and a broad array of programs and benefits designed to make them attractive places to work,” said Computerworld executive editor, Ken Mingis. To compile the list, Computerworld uses a comprehensive questionnaire that quizzes companies on remuneration, benefits, career development paths, training, support, and employee retention. In addition, IT workers at each firm provide their feedback on the company which heavily...

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Connectria Announces New Partnership with Spinnaker Support
Feb01

Connectria Announces New Partnership with Spinnaker Support

partnership with Spinnaker Support, a leading provider of SAP and Oracle third-party support. Connectria provides cloud hosting and production-ready solutions for the cloud including Windows, Linux, IBM i, IBM AIX, Office 365, clouds running VMware or Hyper-V, HIPAA-compliant cloud solutions, and managed public AWS and Azure clouds. Spinnaker Support is a leading provider of support and maintenance for SAP/Oracle alongside application managed services, technology managed services, and consulting services. The company is one of the leading global providers of support for SAP/Oracle and helps customers save money on their annual maintenance fees. The two companies formed a new strategic partnership to cater to the growing number of organizations that are migrating their on-premise applications to the cloud. “Our services enable cloud migration by providing savings that can fund cloud initiatives, more time to choose the best migration strategy, and software support skillsets required today while organizations re-tool their staffs for tomorrow,” said Kurt Moydell, Senior Vice...

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Connectria Launches New Services Bringing IBM I and AIX to AWS and Azure
Jan22

Connectria Launches New Services Bringing IBM I and AIX to AWS and Azure

The St. Louis-MO-based cloud services provider Connectria has launched four new services to help businesses running IBM i and AIX workloads to quickly and safely move to the cloud and run workloads on Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure. Connectria already provides businesses running IBM Power Systems with industry-leading IBM i Cloud and IBM AIX Cloud services, but the new services will allow them to safely move all their data center workloads to the cloud, including their legacy applications. The new services have been created to make it as easy as possible for businesses to safely and securely migrate to the cloud. The new services – IBM i For AWS, IBM AIX For AWS, IBM i For Azure, & IBM AIX For Azure – include full data migration and planning services, risk mitigation, and comprehensive managed services and security to ensure reliability and security for customers’ cloud environments. “Our customers want the flexibility to run the right workloads in the right clouds, but without sacrificing security, compliance, performance, or costs.  Our new solutions make...

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Connectria Named in CRN 2018 Solution Provider 500 List
Jun10

Connectria Named in CRN 2018 Solution Provider 500 List

The St. Louis-MO-based cloud services provider Connectria has been named in the CRN® 2018 Solution Provider 500 list. CRN is a brand name of The Channel Company and produces an annual list of the largest tech integrators, solution providers, and IT consultants in North America. CRN has been producing the annual list since 1995, which ranks companies by revenue. The list serves as an industry standard for recognition of the most successful provider companies in the channel and helps businesses select the best companies to do business with. The total revenue generated by companies on list has risen to $320 billion in 2018. The CRN® 2018 Solution Provider 500 list includes 26 companies that have made it on the list for the very first time. This is the seventh consecutive year that Connectria has been included in the list, achieving a position of #351 for 2018, having increased from position #356 in 2017. “We are once again honored to be named to CRN’s Solution Provider list for the seventh year in a row.” said Rich Waidmann, Connectria President and CEO. “For over twenty years,...

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Connectria Gains AWS Healthcare Competency for Third Successive Year
Mar05

Connectria Gains AWS Healthcare Competency for Third Successive Year

Connectria has announced it has gained Amazon Web Services (AWS) Healthcare Competency for the third successive year, demonstrating the company is capable of delivering a HIPAA compliant service in AWS for its healthcare customers. AWS Healthcare Competency is one of several Competencies under the AWS Competency Program. The program was created by AWS to demonstrate which members of the AWS Partner Network (APN) were technically proficient in delivering specialized solutions for specific industry sectors and could demonstrate proven customer successes. Companies that achieve the AWS Healthcare Competency can differentiate themselves from others by demonstrating their level of expertise in helping healthcare providers, health plans, healthcare clearinghouses and business associates of HIPAA-covered entities migrate to the cloud. In order to achieve AWS Healthcare Competency, Connectria underwent a rigorous audit of its cloud-based solutions for the healthcare sector. The company demonstrated technical proficiency in building and delivering HIPAA-compliant cloud solutions on the AWS...

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Microsoft Gold Status of Cloud Platform Competency Achieved by Connectria
Feb08

Microsoft Gold Status of Cloud Platform Competency Achieved by Connectria

Connectria has announced it has achieved Microsoft’s Gold Status for Cloud Platform Competency for its expertise and use of Microsoft Azure. The Microsoft Cloud Platform Competency was designed for Microsoft Partners to help them capitalize on the increasing demand for infrastructure as-a-service and software as-a-service running in Microsoft Azure cloud environments. Achieving a Gold or Silver standard helps companies differentiate their services within the Microsoft Partner ecosystem and demonstrate to their customers they have considerable expertise in running IaaS and SaaS on Azure. The Microsoft Cloud Platform Competency is awarded to companies that have demonstrated expertise in Microsoft Azure environments, with the Gold status awarded to companies who have completed rigorous Microsoft Technical Assessments and are maintaining a certain level of core Microsoft Certified Professionals on staff. Companies must also show they have applied that expertise to help their customers and must submit customer references to demonstrate past successes on Microsoft Azure. In order to...

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