In a world where data is a business’ most valuable asset, data protection, hosting and management is a business that is continuing to expand and grow. However, with the development of this space comes legal and security considerations. One area in this industry that is constantly changing and evolving is compliance, which varies from sector to sector. The players in this industry have to keep up with the latest regulations in order to keep their customers compliant, happy and provide a competitive advantage in their respective marketplace.
At Lifeline, we are always educating ourselves on new compliance regulations, and we have the certifications to prove it. But another important aspect is partnering with companies who value compliance as much as we do. Working in highly regulated industries and hosting systems to NIST standards, TCC Software Solutions seemed like a logical counterpart to what we’re trying to do for businesses across the nation.
TCC was founded in 1996 in Indianapolis, IN to provide technology consulting services and managed hosting services to businesses and government agencies. Now, the company has over 200 employees who have a high level of compliance expertise. TCC hosts systems to NIST, HIPAA and Sarbanes Oxley standards, which provide 99.995% uptime, 24/7 monitoring, daily management of hardware, operating systems and software applications to ensure optimal performance and system upgrades and updates.
When paired with Lifeline Data Centers, TCC can provide managed hosting services while we provide the real estate to house your data. With both organizations focused on compliance, we can safely say that your data will be protected, secure and managed effectively.
If you work in a highly regulated industry, then your data center and team, whether internal or external, needs to have a high level understanding of compliance issues within your sector. For more information on TCC and their service offerings, visit their website or call them at 1.866.563.6767 today.
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