Atlantic.Net offers relief to businesses affected by data center outages due to Hurricane Sandy.
Atlantic.Net, a privately-held leading hosting solutions provider announced today that they will be offering relief to those affected by the Northeastern US data center outages caused by Hurricane Sandy. Atlantic.Net is offering free cloud server hosting services to businesses that rely on data centers currently experiencing issues due to the storm.
“Atlantic.Net is offering free cloud server hosting to allow businesses to get back on their feet until they can establish a more permanent solution for their business hosting needs, “ said Marty Puranik, President and CEO of Atlantic.Net. “With the free service, businesses can use our cloud service for a couple of days or a couple of months with no strings attached. We’re trying to be helpful during this catastrophic event,” said Mr. Puranik.
While the aftermath of the storm continues to affect many businesses in and around the Northeastern US, Atlantic.Net’s world-class infrastructure allows for Cloud Servers to be provisioned in a matter of minutes, enabling businesses to get back online in no time.
With Atlantic.Net’s offer, there is no required contract and no payment. In order to expedite recovery because each business has different needs, Atlantic.Net is requesting that those affected send an e-mail outlining the services they need to the email address, [email protected], which has been set up specifically for this offer.
Atlantic.Net is a market-leading Cloud Hosting Solutions Provider recognized for providing exceptional business hosting service, simplifying complex technologies, and building a brand that businesses trust since 1994. Atlantic.Net specializes in providing Cloud hosting, Managed Cloud Servers, and One-click applications. Atlantic.Net owns and operates an SSAE 16 (SOC 1) TYPE II (Formerly SAS 70) audited and certified data center infrastructure and is dedicated to implementing tailored Cloud Hosting solutions that enable clients to enjoy the benefits of cost savings.
Atlantic.Net Media Contact:
M. Adnan Raja, Media Relations
[email protected] (321) 206-1371