Cisco Recognizes Evolve IP as its Cloud and Managed Services Master Partner
WAYNE, PA: With cloud rapidly engulfing the IT system, a Cloud Services Company ‘Evolve IP’ has accomplished Cisco’s Cloud and Managed Services Program (CMSP) Master Certification. With this achievement, Evolve IP sets high standards to assure its customers about the services that it delivers—Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) and Desktop as a Service (DaaS). Evolve IP has undergone thorough training and certification procedures, which also included third-party audit. The audit acts as a test to evaluate the provider’s managed services.
Evlove IP provides a unified option for cloud services through its flagship OneCloud platform which is a virtual private cloud transfers all selected IT-services into a single and unified platform. The platform delivers virtual data centers or servers, recovery, virtual desktop, IP phone systems , contact centers, and many more.
As a Cisco’s CMSP partner, Evolve IP with its expertise efficiently deploys, sells and supports advanced Cisco solutions to the end user. Joseph Pedano, Executive Vice President, Cloud Engineering, Evolve IP notes, "For our customers and prospects this important designation underscores our commitment to provide them with leading technologies, in a highly-compliant and regulated environment."
To maintain the CMSP partner status, Evolve IP have to keep up with the standards such as: maintaining uptime expectations by providing appropriate backup solutions, serving clients throughout the clock, and offering correct knowledge of Cisco technologies by using Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) processes.
Adding to the latest CMSP, Evolve IP’s suite of exalted certifications includes—SSAE 16 (SOC II), EMC CSP, VMware VSPP with IaaS and DaaS badges, Microsoft CSP, Mobility and SCA, and Polycom's Platinum Provider Program. Evolve IP is compliant to International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA). Also, the company distributes its services to healthcare, legal, insurance, banking, technology, travel, veterinary medicine, and retail industries.
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