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Rectitude 369 buys Managed Hosting and Government Cloud Division

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Rectitude 369, a technological solutions company specializing in cybersecurity, data center, cloud, networking and unified communications, has purchased Managed Hosting and Government Cloud Division from a Dallas-based IT solutions provider. Contracts and support of Managed Hosting and Government Cloud Customers will be transferred to Rectitude 369 as per the terms of the agreement.


Rectitude 369 has been granted FedRAMP permission as a result of the takeover. FedRAMP is a government-wide initiative that offers a consistent method of security evaluation, authorization and continuous monitoring for cloud products and services. Furthermore, the company has achieved FISMA compliance by following the data security guidelines established by FISMA and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).


“Rectitude 369 will continue to maintain current colocation facilities to support customers as they transition. Because Rectitude 369 is a partner of the seller, the transition is expected to be seamless. Our organization is committed to building upon the success that has been achieved in the previous years in the Managed Hosting Business, as well as growing our services and maintaining a high standard of customer care throughout every level of service,” said Jeremy Roach, Founder and CTO of Rectitude 369.


Kevin Hill, CFO at Rectitude 369, added: “We are honored to have the opportunity to offer our clients more value. We’re excited to grow our partnership with the new customers.”


Rectitude 369 offers clients voice, video and visual collaboration that is seamless. From real-time crowd-sourced material across networks to secure video conferencing for teams and management, the company has something for everyone.


Rectitude 369 and NetRaven also unveiled SOC Gen2 as a fully managed security service. NetRaven SOC is a completely managed security solution that provides a new approach for customers to have complete peace of mind for a Centralized Security Solution without overburdening their existing IT employees.

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