Webair employs a dedicated HIPAA Compliance Specialist responsible for overseeing proper implementation of managed infrastructure in accordance with HIPAA cloud regulations. Together with other healthcare related measures taken by Webair, Gartner has identified the company as a ‘Representative Vendor’ in its ‘November 2017 Market Guide for Cloud Service Providers to Healthcare Delivery Organizations.’
“We’re proud to be named as a Representative Vendor in Gartner’s November 2017 Market Guide for Cloud Service Providers to Healthcare Delivery Organizations,” said Michael C. Orza, President and CEO of Webair. “Webair delivers agile, fully managed and healthcare-centric Cloud and IT infrastructure solutions. With our Direct Access Cloud, we’re also able to deliver them securely, completely ‘air-gapped’ from the public Internet and segmented from other tenants for maximum security and compliance.”
Healthcare Cloud SLAs, BAAs
Webair’s private, hybrid, and public cloud solutions aimed at healthcare customers are backed by Service Level Agreements (SLAs), and Business Associate Agreements (BAAs).
The company’s Direct Access Cloud would enable cloud and other Webair managed services – such as Disaster and Ransomware Recovery, Managed Security, Off-site Backups, and Cloud Storage – to be delivered directly and “securely” to healthcare organizations’ internal networks from local data centers. Customers can also consume managed third-party services privately, including Amazon Web Services (AWS Cloud), Microsoft Azure and cybersecurity monitoring from Managed Security Service Providers (MSSPs).
Headquartered in New York for over 20 years, Webair operates a global network of data centers and recovery sites in New York, Los Angeles, Montréal and Amsterdam.