Managed hosting provider Fusepoint Managed Services announced on Friday it has been selected by the Canadian Liver Foundation liver.ca to host and maintain its mission-critical infrastructure.
Founded in 1969, the CLF is a national, charitable organization dedicated to promoting liver health and reducing the impact and incidence of liver disease through programs, research and education.
Recently, the CLF assessed its infrastructure and realized it had improve its capacity to meet the market demands and keep pace with the expectations of its end users.
To keep pace with technology related to operations and fundraising, as well as take additional steps to guarantee the security and safety of donor information, the CLF decided to undergo a major technical overhaul.
Fusepoint provides the CLF with enhanced managed services including colocation, bandwidth, tape back-up, monitoring, and firewall protection.
The company says it ensures the security, availability and performance of CLF's servers and related infrastructure at all times.
"With limited technical skill-sets and available resources, Canadian non-profit organizations face the same security and technology challenges as large businesses with deeper coffers," says George Kerns, president and CEO at Fusepoint Managed Services.
"Staying ahead of the threat curve and maintaining high availability of mission-critical applications is by no means easy in today?s day and age. Leveraging the muscle and bench strength of a managed service provider like Fusepoint makes both business and economic sense."
Fusepoint is a privately held company with offices and data centers in Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal and Quebec City, from where it hosts over 400 customers.
In February, governance, risk and compliance software solutions provider Resolver announced that Fusepoint Managed Services would host its GRC software.
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