Baltimore, MD February 2, 2012 - Commercial Media, the leading provider of co-location data center hosting and services, announced today that they have been awarded a contract by Imperative Technologies, who provide pro-active network administration, service and support to small and medium businesses.
As part of the agreement, Commercial Media will provide Remote IT Solutions co-location services delivered out of the Baltimore (DC2) data center. This approach supplies Remote IT Solutions a high-performance, cost-effective solution, without having to invest resources in building and maintaining their own data center.
About Imperative Technologies
We believe that most small and medium businesses have better things to do with their time than worry about managing their computer and network-related systems. We are dedicated to helping businesses work smarter by outsourcing network administration and support to our team of experienced professionals. Our comprehensive services include technical phone support, remote online support, emergency on-site support, consulting, project planning and implementation, hardware and software sales, custom software and web applications and daily network administration and service. We work with your staff, your schedule, and your budget to ensure that you make the right IT decisions the first time and we ensure every IT project is a success!
About Commercial Media
Commercial Media is a leading provider of hosting services, delivering secure and reliable infrastructure and management for some of the world's most demanding organizations.
Founded in 1998, Commercial Media is a growing, profitable business run by a seasoned team with deep experience in delivering enterprise hosting solutions including co-location, managed services and cloud computing.
Our suite of services is designed for organizations seeking scalable, robust and enterprise-grade hosting solutions that can be quickly provisioned or tailored to meet unique requirements. We consistently deliver an experience that exceeds customer's expectations.< Return to news page