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Aspire Technology Partners Meets Business Needs With a Comprehensive Suite of Managed, Secure Cloud Solutions

HAZLET, NJ -- (Marketwired) -- 09/09/14 -- Aspire Technology Partners, a world-class information technology (IT) solution provider, today announced that it has added a comprehensive suite of managed cloud solutions to its service offerings. Aspire now delivers highly secure cloud solutions "as a service" to address common business challenges, including virtual desktops, business continuity, disaster recovery and backup.

"In today's business environment, the ability to act swiftly and confidently to take advantage of market transitions is paramount," said John C. Harris, President and CEO of Aspire. "Turnkey cloud solutions from Aspire will enable companies to maintain focus on their core business without worrying about their IT services, capabilities or security."

Aspire's highly secure cloud offerings include cloud-based business continuity solutions and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS). All are based on a secure, compliant cloud infrastructure built on Cisco Systems enterprise-class cloud architectures. Aspire's strategic business professionals and skilled engineers develop customized solutions to meet specific business needs.

Virtual desktops, also known as Desktops as a Service (DaaS), make it easy to centrally manage applications and multiple desktops. Powered by VMware Horizon™ DaaS®, the solution provides a complete virtual workspace from the cloud, delivering Windows desktops and applications as a unified cloud service.

"Desktops as a Service represent the next-generation workspace," said Michael Markulec, Executive Vice President of Aspire. "Cost-effective, highly secure and easily managed, DaaS is the natural next step for desktop management. It reduces the capital costs, empowers remote employees with full anytime, anywhere desktop access and plays an important role in business continuity."

With Aspire's secure, compliant cloud servers, companies can create a hybrid or full cloud compute environment that reduces expensive hardware upgrades and improves security and access. Aspire's cloud platform exceeds industry standards for security and compliance, including PCI and HIPAA, providing companies with the confidence to operate securely in the cloud.

This secure cloud plays an important role with vStream™, a real-time, cloud-based disaster recovery solution powered by Zerto. vStream uses a secure, encrypted connection to continuously replicate data to the cloud, ensuring that should a company's physical location be damaged, the business can continue operations.

Additionally, Aspire is in the process of rolling out a backup as a service powered by Veeam. The service, which includes backup to the cloud, eliminates the capital cost of hardware and software for backup while meeting compliance and security mandates in fields such as healthcare, financial services and e-commerce.

About Aspire Technology Partners
Headquartered in Hazlet, New Jersey, with additional offices in New York City and Pennsylvania, Aspire Technology Partners is a world-class information technology (IT) consulting company. With more than a decade of experience and a diverse portfolio of achievements, Aspire Technology Partners is a Cisco Gold Partner, Cisco Cloud Services reseller, EMC Premier and Enterprise VMware certification involving virtualized desktop computing. www.atp-us.com

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