Segra’s cloud-based services allow your business to replace costly hardware investments with a robust suite of services and solutions, providing a one-stop-shop for all your virtual infrastructure needs.
Segra’s private network is at the heart of its cloud solutions for IaaS, Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS), and Backup as a Service (BaaS). All of Segra’s services are continuously monitored by on-site engineers 24/7/365, and are SSAE 16 SOC 2 Type II certified, as well as PCI DSS and HIPAA compliant.
Owning its own fiber network also allows Segra to scale services and bandwidth quickly without having to go through multiple third-party vendors to complete customer requests. This also simplifies vendor management for our customers, allowing them to access connectivity and multiple cloud services from a single vendor, with fewer contracts to manage.
We can also expedite changes to services and offer on-call support and troubleshooting for connectivity and bandwidth issues, plus offer assistance and advice for users of our suite of cloud solutions.
With Segra’s dedicated fiber network, data travels over a private network, not the public internet. Data in motion is protected by centrally managed firewalls, and IDS and IPS systems. The network provides resiliency mechanisms to ensure traffic delivery for consistent, dependable SLAs, as well as end-to-end QoS options for traffic optimization.
Cybercrime is an unfortunate reality of digital connectivity, and secured data transmission is of paramount importance for any organization thinking of using cloud services to perform critical computing, storage or backup activities. Most cloud services providers deliver cloud services over the public internet, and while the internet is much more secure than it once was, breaches are not uncommon. Your data security strategy is only as strong as your weakest link, which may be the public internet. With Segra’s dedicated fiber network, data travels over a private network.
Lower operating costs is one of the primary benefits of cloud computing, as owning and maintaining a local data center is increasingly costly. Cloud computing takes the headache and expense of owning and managing capital-intensive data centers and replaces them with a pay-as-you-go cloud service that comes with a predictable operating expense.
By migrating your resources to the Segra cloud, we bring your network infrastructure into our Segra-owned data centers and deliver a robust and trusted suite of services and solutions on the enterprise-class Segra-owned fiber network.
Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)
There’s no question that today’s digital business world demands greater storage capacity and the ability to protect sensitive data. Segra’s Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) enables your private network to safely store, process and disseminate your data and apps, in one of Segra’s data centers. Why buy expensive servers and hire the IT resources to manage them? Instead, you can link your network to our fully compliant data centers that are monitored around the clock.
Backup as a Service (BaaS)
Our Backup as a Service solution customizes the way your organization copies, backs up and replicates your data that exactly matches the needs of your organization. Used for data retention, we monitor, manage and maintain your customized configuration so that you can focus on what you do best.
Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS)
When disaster strikes, is your company able to regain access and functionality to IT infrastructure? Segra’s engineers can craft a custom disaster recovery plan and solution for your organization that utilizes our extensive Fiber infrastructure, enterprise-class data centers and operational know-how, to protect your company and your customers. According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), more than 40% of businesses never reopen after a disaster, and for those that do, only 29% were still operating after two years.
Non-compliance and data breaches can cripple a business. Our nine world-class Centers meet the strictest industry standards for regulatory compliance. They are located across the Southeast United States connecting many points of presence (POP's) across our dense fiber network.