Our technology eco-system is critical to our business. While forging valuable relationships with industry leaders, we offer our customers tremendous access to combined resources, training, and a shared vision of current and future technology solutions.
VMware is the world's leading provider of virtualization solutions and services. Through a pioneering virtualization approach, VMware solutions separate the operating system and application software from the underlying hardware, delivering significant improvements in efficiency, availability, flexibility and manageability.
Supermicro is a leading provider of server technology for the hosting community. At CyberTrails, we have standardized on this server platform for all of our hosted servers.
EMC is the leader in storage and backup products. CyberTrails uses the enterprise class Avamar system for remotely backing up our client's data.
Many of the products we use come from Microsoft. CyberTrails has a Service Provider License Agreement (SPLA) which allows to provide Microsoft products for a monthly service fee, saving you the cost of purchasing licensing. CyberTrails is a Microsoft Certified Partner.
|Nortridge Software Company
Nortridge Software, LLC, has been a leading developer of loan and financial software since 1981. In the early 1990s, we saw a growing demand for a comprehensive and flexible loan accounting and servicing system that would meet the competitive needs of the lending industry. Our response was the development of The Nortridge Loan System, a flexible and cost-effective tool for lenders to successfully manage their loan portfolios..
Commvault is a leading provider of enterprise class backup software. CyberTrails is proud to be a partner with Commvault.
Tw provides CyberTrails redundant internet link and is a leading provider of managed networking solutions to a wide array of businesses and organizations in 75 markets spanning 30 states and D.C. As one of the country's premier competitive service providers, tw telecom integrates data, dedicated Internet access, and local and long distance voice services for long distance carriers, wireless communications companies, incumbent local exchange carriers, and enterprise organizations in healthcare, finance, higher education, manufacturing, and hospitality industries, as well as for military, state and local government.
Airband Communications currently provides business broadband, as well as government and education broadband solutions in cities across America including Arizona, as well as, several of our customers.
|Arizona Technology Council
The Arizona Technology Council is the largest technology association in Arizona serving all tech sectors across the state. The Arizona Technology Council is a member-driven association. We represent the interests of technology companies, their support firms, educational institutions and state-wide economic development groups that collectively form Arizona's technology community.
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