Posted on: March 11, 2019 By: Kayla Brown
Authorized partners who refer physical colocation deals that close by July 31, 2019 are eligible to earn bonus commissions from Expedient. As part of this rewards program, you can earn a bonus commission on top of the baseline referral partner commission for each colocation deal closed before the deadline. The bonus commission will be equal to 100% of the first month of colocation-related MRR (monthly recurring revenue). For example, if you refer a client with an initial colocation MRR of $5,000, you will earn $5,000 bonus commission in addition to the base referral partner commission.
To be eligible for this rewards program, colocation leads must be submitted through Expedient’s partner portal and meet the qualification standards defined in the current Expedient SPIFF. For more information on this referral program, please contact Nick Lansberry, Expedient Partner Alliances Specialist, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Expedient helps companies transform their IT operations through award-winning cloud and infrastructure solutions and managed services including disaster recovery, security and compliance, and more. The company operates 11 data centers in seven cities where clients can host equipment in both cabinets and cages. With nearly 20 years of experience maintaining and operating data centers, Expedient achieves operational excellence through the implementation of standard operating procedures and proven security methodologies. Learn more about Expedient colocation solutions here.
Posted on: February 8, 2019 By: CNSG Marketing
The cloud game is complex, constantly evolving, and competitive. And while it seems like the names AWS and Azure have become almost synonymous with cloud, nearly all cloud pundits agree that the cloud landscape really requires two types of clouds: an Enterprise Cloud, where the applications need to have hardware redundancy, and an Application Cloud, where the applications have redundancy built into them. Hyperscalers like AWS and Azure are focused on application clouds, yet very few companies have the applications to take proper advantage of them.
Meanwhile, platinum-level CNSG Supplier, Expedient, has taken a different path by focusing on its Enterprise Cloud offering, released in late 2018. Built on a full VMware stack of products that simplifies management, monitoring, and support, Expedient Enterprise Cloud delivers a modern API and software-driven architecture that acts similarly to an application cloud while still providing businesses with the hardware redundancy needed while they morph applications to Cloud Native.
And, according to a recent third-party evaluation by Cloud Spectator, Expedient must be doing something right… Its Enterprise Cloud outperformed comparable offerings from leading cloud providers, including AWS and Azure, in nearly all measured categories, including compute, memory and price-to-performance ratio.
Posted on: October 1, 2018 By: Kayla Brown
October isn’t just about dressing up for Halloween or indulging in the first #pumpkinspicelatte of the season – it’s also National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM)! Observed every October, NCSAM was created to ensure every American has the resources needed to stay safe and secure online. Forbes noted that by the end of 2018, there U.S. could reach $66 billion in cybersecurity spending. And while total breaches are down from 2017, attackers are changing tactics.
Each week of #NCSAM is divided up by themes:
(October 1-5) It is vital to ensure that each household, including the little ones, understands the value of good cyber security practices – which can also work to build a strong foundation for a career in the industry.
(October 8-12) A major threat to our economy is the shortage of cybersecurity professionals. It’s time for us to step up and raise the next generation of cybersecurity professionals – and there are opportunities for people of all ages. From students, to veterans, to individuals re-entering the workforce, or simply looking for a career change.
(October 15-19) No matter what the industry is, your organization’s online security is a responsibility we all share. It’s important to focus on cybersecurity workforce training and education, emphasizing risk management and resilience.
(October 22-26) Our day-to-day life and well-being depends on the United States’ 16 sectors of infrastructure, which supplies food, water, financial services, public health, communications and power – along with many additional networks and systems. A disruption to any of these systems can have catastrophic consequences to our nation. In the last week of NCSAM, it is vital to emphasize the importance of securing our infrastructure, and highlight how the public can help keep it more safe.
Many of the suppliers in our portfolio specialize in security solutions:
There isn’t one business, individual, or government entity responsible for securing the internet. Each person has a duty in securing their part of cyberspace. When we use the internet safely, we make it more secure for everyone. Together, we can work to implement stronger security practices and boost community awareness to create a digital society that is safer, and more resilient from attacks.