The solutions address the business challenge of balancing better security with flexibility, while ensuring both internal and regulatory compliance, the vendor said.
The Microsoft cloud platform-focused vendor offering includes:
“One of the ways we differentiate our managed services is an end-to-end approach to the whole solution. So, we don’t only look at the compute and storage; we look at the entire solution all the way to the people who are going to be interfacing with the application. When you do that, especially with customers such as financial services, health care, and government type of customers, you run into higher security requirements — and this announcement address that,” John Trembley, chief marketing officer at Atmosera, told us.
From a security and compliance perspective, no two companies are the same, even if they have similar rules and regulations to abide by.
“We find out what’s important to them, we ask the questions about risks they’ll take or mitigate, and we work with them to provide an end-to-end solution that addresses not only the technology component that makes up some of the regulations, but the process to make that efficient and will give them a good experience,” said Ray Espinoza, vice president of information security and chief information security officer, at Atmosera.
Atmosera does this by evolving the framework and security standards its supports.
The role for partners?
Atmosera sells directly and also through referral and resell partners. Referral partners may be technology partners, or services partners such as consultants or systems integrators. The vendor will share leads and has referral agreements with these partners.
Resell partners are with large, million-dollar-and-up VARs. Atmosera acts as their …