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NetWolves Partners With RapidScale on Cloud Services
January 13, 2014 - News
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NetWolves has announced a new partnership with RapidScale, allowing the managed network provider to incorporate RapidScale's cloud services into its portfolio.

“This partnership will help both companies capitalize on the continued shift to the cloud while at the same time offer the end user a better experience by having one company to contact for support," said RapidScale CEO Randy Jeter.

NetWolves, headquartered in Tampa, Fla., offers consolidated, secure network services from more than 150 telecommunication companies. The company gives its clients a complete, single-source solution that includes design, network redundancy with failover capability, application device management, real-time network monitoring, reporting and support systems, and professional services, all on a single invoice.

RapidScale's services focus on the convergence of desktop and business applications as services. The company's products include virtual desktops, servers, hosted Microsoft Exchange and recovery services.

NetWolves will be able to utilize RapidScale’s CloudIntelligence team, CloudCompliance team and Cloud Sales Engineering team for simple quotes and complex cloud-computing road maps.

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