Cloud9 Real Time Wins Top ASP/Host Award

Cloud9 Real Time Wins Top ASP/Host Award
Providing clients with a custom built server, the Private Cloud solutions offered by Cloud9 are tailor made for the individual businesses needs. Cloud9 Real Time hosts all of its servers in the United States at a SAS-70 Type II data center; …
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Quture/TCLN Announces Cloud Application of Its Product on the InterSystems
"The incredible technology platform of InterSystems operating on remote servers is a significant milestone in the development of our new product. Our marketing will be targeting over 1600 small and community-based rural hospitals with an aggregate …
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