NWN Announces That Brian Gai Has Joined The NWN Cloud Team

NCloud provides services to over 80,000 phones,
video devices, and contact center agents.

WALTHAM, MASSACHUSETTS. January 19, 2015, With their ever growing Cloud Service Solutions, NWN recently announced the transition of Sr. Vice President Brian Gai to the NWN Cloud Team. His new title is Senior Vice President Telecommunications and Cloud. The company reports that this is NCloud’s third consecutive year showing over 100% growth. In fact, NCloud provides services to over 80,000 phones, video devices, and contact center agents. One of the reasons for NWN’s success is the highly qualified dedicated team it has assembled to manage their Cloud Service Offerings, such as: UC as a service(UCaaS), Infrastructure as a service(IaaS), Disaster recovery as a service(DRaaS), and Backup as a service(BaaS).

NWN rose to the top of their industry by specializing in five key technology areas: Data Center & Networking, Collaboration, End-User Computing and Mobility, Custom Applications and Executive Intelligence and Security. The company boasts over 300 engineers, project managers, consultants and technicians, with a large number of them holding advanced industry certifications. NWN’s certifications puts them in fine company with the likes of: Cisco, HP, NetApp, McAfee and Microsoft, while also maintaining premier-relationships with Intel, VMware, EMC and other highly regarded partners.

NWN is without question one of the most rapidly growing providers of IT Solutions and Services. They have earned a myriad of Awards and Certifications, and are proud to showcase them on their site. A company spokesperson made these comments during a recent interview: “An agile IT infrastructure must be both tightly integrated – networks, servers, storage, and security, and  flexible enough to meet changing demands on the fly. It must be able to scale up and down as appropriate.” He explained how that translates into advanced design, speedy execution, and management personnel that are attentive and proactive on a day-to-day basis. The end goal is an IT infrastructure that is corrected before it encounters issues.