March 13, 2013
VALLEY FORGE, Pa., March 13 — H.A. Services, established September 2012, is an IT Management and Cloud Computing Solutions Provider offering a wide range of high quality and scalable services that will take an organization's IT capabilities to the next level.
The company was founded by the ownership group of H.A. Storage Systems, Inc., a specialized value added reseller of data storage and data management services and products. "Our objective is to offer the capability to move customers into cloud computing and provide state-of-the-art data management services that will fit a company's business requirements and its budget," said Steve Eisenhart, Regional Manager for H.A. Storage Systems.
H.A. Services delivers innovative and business-proven technologies for organizations big and small, national and local, spanning any industry. We focus on providing data-centric managed solutions such as, data replication, backup and archives, and managed recoveries for both dedicated and shared environments. H.A. Services' capabilities include System Monitoring and Management and WAN Optimization, just to name a few. "We are unique in that our SLA's are tied to specific PAC's (Protection and Availability Classes), with penalties linked not to the cost of service, but instead to the cost of downtime," said Christopher Black, CIO for H.A. Services.
About H.A. Storage Systems
H.A. Storage Systems is a leading highly-skilled integrator of data storage, management and protection solutions. For more than a decade, we have provided clients with customized solutions focused on backup, virtualization, and storage from our highly certified and trained engineering professionals whose extensive knowledge is rich in our core technologies.
About H.A. Services
H.A. Services is a SLA-based managed services provider focused on data replication, backup, archiving, and managed recoveries for both dedicated and shared environments. H.A. Services is designed to provide an ITIL (Information Technology Infrastructure Library) Based Solution for consistent, predictable, and process-driven results for the daily tasks of every IT organization both internally and extended into multiple public and private "clouds."
Source: H.A. Storage Systems
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