OFFSITE, a provider of private cloud services, IaaS, colocation services and more, headquartered at its own 50,000 square foot data center in Southeastern WI, is integrating Palo Alto Next Generation Security Platform and firewalls into its network and private cloud infrastructure.
This security platform will offer threat protection with deep visibility and predictive analytics for OFFSITE network infrastructure and all clients that utilize it.
“Our approach to IT is to provide the best and most innovative platforms to serve our clients,” said Steve Borucki, president of OFFSITE. “As network threats increase, the Palo Alto Security Platform was the clear choice to continue providing our clients with the very best infrastructure available,”. He added, “We build highly customized solutions for each client and the rich feature set of the Palo Alto platform allows us to deliver customizable and unique security solutions one client at a time.”
OFFSITE is a privately held company headquartered at its own data center in Southeastern WI with redundant data center operations in Chicago, Illinois. Its services include hosting, colocation, managed services, disaster recovery, network operation management (NOC services), and private cloud computing solutions.
“The fully customized private cloud solutions being envisioned and commissioned by our client base demand a highly scalable and efficient NGFW solution which can satisfy a wide range of business and security needs,” said Anthony Portee, chief technology officer (CTO) of OFFSITE. “From application inspection and content enforcement to executive reporting and traffic visibility, the Palo Alto solution satisfies all of the unique and challenging technical requirements our customers look to OFFSITE to resolve. The high performance and tightly integrated ecosystem provided by the Palo Alto product family fulfills a critical role for OFFSITE‘s customers.”