BASKING RIDGE, N.J. - Verizon Business introduced on Wednesday (June 3) the industry's most comprehensive on-demand, "cloud-based" Computing as a Service (CaaS) solution designed to meet the stringent security and performance requirements of enterprise customers.
Verizon CaaS is helping businesses and government agencies take advantage of cloud (IP-based) computing to more efficiently and securely manage IT resources - server, network and storage - to meet day-to-day business demands.
The service - which leverages Verizon's world-class global IP infrastructure and data centers - enables mid-market and larger companies to use a Web-based portal to employ computing resources in the quantities and duration dictated by their business needs. As a result, businesses pay for the resources used and avoid having to build out for peak capacity requirements by buying new equipment and adding staff.
"Our new best-in-class solution offers enterprises an unbeatable combination of IT resources and professional services to help them rethink how they use computing resources to advance their business," said Nancy Gofus, Verizon senior vice president - global product development. "With Verizon CaaS, we are ushering in a new era of computing; one that offers enterprises security, resiliency and scalability on demand with a whole new level of flexibility and a low cost structure."
CaaS is immediately available in the U.S. and Europe and will be rolled out to the Asia-Pacific region in August. The service is supported by rigorous service level agreements to ensure enterprise-class performance and rapid server provisioning.