100-Terabyte September Promotions from Krypt!
Krypt has grown from a small web hosting provider in 1998, centered in Newport Beach, CA, to a mega-provider of hosting services today, all around the globe. How did that kind of growth and international acclaim come to be? There really isn’t any mystery to it, because ever since our founding, we have been a company dedicated to providing the very best service to clients, using the fastest and most reliable equipment in the business. When businesses are searching for a web host provider, that’s exactly what they seek – maximum speed of data transfers, and near 100% uptime. Read more
Hurricane Dorian has tragically hit the East Coast with winds stronger than 60 mph plus tons of rainfall; a recipe for absolute destruction! The fate of homes and businesses alike is uncertain. Read more
Recently, the VPLS team has welcomed a new addition to the growing team. Senior Systems Engineer, Ali Hussain, joins VPLS after 8 dedicated years in the United States Marine Corps. In this blog, we had the privilege to sit down with a true American hero to further understand his transition from the military base to the VPLS headquarters. Read more
VPLS Completes SOC 2 Type II and HIPAA Security Rule Audits
Independent Audit Verifies VPLS’ Internal Controls and Processes
Orange, CA – August 2019 – VPLS, a network, cloud, and bare-metal server hosting company, today announced that it has completed its SOC 2 Type II and HIPAA Security Rule audits. This SOC 2 Type II attestation verifies that VPLS has the proper internal controls and processes in place to deliver high quality services to its clients, and this independent review of their information security control structure demonstrates their compliance with the HIPAA Security Rule.
We would like to give a special shout-out to VPLS Thailand Web Manager, Mond Pengpipat for completing this year’s Ironman Triathlon in Zurich, Switzerland.
It was about three years ago when Mond ran his first triathlon and has been an avid participant ever since. This time around, however, Mond wanted to try something more challenging, thus making the decision to sign up for his first Ironman that took place this past July. Because of the physical demand of this race (a 2.4-mile (3.86 km) swim, a 112-mile (180.25 km) bike ride, along with a 26.22-mile (42.20 km) run), Mond began training in March to ensure that he would be more than ready for his big day. Read more