Cloud computing sticker shock is now a monthly occurrence at many companies
Don’t have an SSL? Google has made some changes that you should know about! With so many internet security breaches recently, the web (in this case, Google) are implementing extra measures to protect sensitive data. Beginning in July 2018 with the release of Chrome 68, Chrome will mark all HTTP sites as “not secure”.
A superb article about why companies back out of the cloud. Buyer beware - lack of provider skills, lack of investment, non-fixed price contracts (where you get bill shock), lack of integration ability or over subscription of services all make for a disaster in the making. With our Intervolve data centre and cloud services we have had many clients who left because of cheaper "sticker prices" come back due to one of the above. Mostly bill shock!
We are pleased to announce the global leader in IT Security solutions, Fortinet has recently featured Intervolve as a case study on it's featured customers page. The case study is titled "Securing MSSP's growth trajectory in the Australian marketplace", and features an interview with Paul Vinton, CEO of Intervolve. This is a great global story about the start of some of the innovative things Intervolve are doing to place us at the forefront of datacentre, cloud and security in Australia
SA Power Outage Event – One in 50 Year Storm – Intervolve Data Centre performs without disruption. On Wednesday 28th September 2016 the Intervolve Data Centre continued with NO down time despite a state-wide power outage. South Australia was battered by two tornadoes which destroyed three elements of critical power infrastructure that resulted in 1.7 million residents losing power across metropolitan and rural areas.
Vintek, the Australian based and Australian owned IT consulting firm has acquired Intervolve.
Datacom has selected the expanded Intervolve Data Centre to implement its cloud services node for the SA region. As a co-hosting location, Intervolve will also support dedicated private infrastructure and the stand-alone environments essential to enterprise level data governance. Infrastructure investment has placed Intervolve in a strong position to guarantee technology uptime and business continuity.
Australian based hosting provider Intervolve has announced the purchase of the building and undergoing construction of the DC2 Data Centre within its Adelaide data centre facility.
Australian based hosting provider Intervolve has announced the release of its new 1200 square metre Adelaide data centre facility to be completed in September 2010.
We extend our sincerest wishes for your Christmas and New Year’s period and are eagerly looking forward in continuing to serve your needs next year. 2008 has been an enormous year for Intervolve with continuing growth across Australia and we appreciate your support! The Christmas & New Year break will give us the opportunity to recharge our batteries for an even bigger year in 2009 that will continue in establishing Intervolve as one of Australia's major providers of Specialised Hosting Solutions.
With a high demand and short supply of quality managed server, colocation, and data centre services within the Melbourne market, Intervolve has been finalising our new Port Melbourne Data Centre facility, with the first release of secure rack space being made available for customer use on the 1st of December, 2008.
To meet with the growing number of clients that have requirements for compliance with ISO security standards and legislative requirements for their hosting solutions, Intervolve has appointed Benjamin Baran as the Intervolve Security & Compliance Manager. Benjamin has 20 years experience in the technical delivery and management of Information Technology and telecommunications solutions.