Mainstream technology, known for its emphasis on service delivery to customers, has not relented in its quest to provide its best for clients. The company has announced the successful completion of the annual MSPAlliance MSP/ Cloud Verify Program (MSPCV) Certification.
Mainstream Technologies is an organization that has its specialty in the information technology industry. They help clients to fully claim their stand in the digital world by providing technology solution to business challenges. Their clients ranges from private industries to even government organizations throughout their region. They provide clients with a large comprehensive array of services Their services include providing hosting solutions to organizations, ensuring optimum cybersecurity services are delivered to clients, providing proactive IT services to organizations, helping to provide customized software solutions also, amidst many other services they provide.
The company was founded over 20 years ago, but it still takes pride in its continuous intentional forms of developing itself. John Burgess, the President and Chief Security Officer of the Mainstream Technology company assures clients of utmost reliability which makes them worthy of the responsibility placed on them. According to John,’ Entrusting an organization’s data and systems to a third party is inherently risky. We are proud of our MSPCloudVerify Certification’.
This certification program is one of the oldest for organizations who specialize in cloud computing and service providers in the world. It is grounded on specific objectives and is regularly reviewed from time to time by regulatory councils, and government based agencies in the world. As a result of the standards around it, getting a certificate in the program is a way of verifying the standard of qualities cloud companies give out to clients. The examination is performed, reported and reviewed by a third party accounting firm. As such, a company which has successfully completed its certification program can be classified into the elite association of cloud companies.