Little Rock information technology (IT) specialist Mainstream Technologies has successfully completed its annual cloud computing and manager services certification process, assuring customers that their IT assets are being properly maintained and secured with technical proficiency by an established business enterprise with operational sustainability, company officials announced on Friday (March 22).
“Entrusting an organization’s data and systems to a third party is inherently risky. We are proud of our MSPCloudVerify certification, which helps assure our customers that Mainstream is worthy of the trust and responsibility they place with us,” said Mainstream President and Chief Security Officer John Burgess.
The annual MSPAlliance MSP/Cloud Verify Program (MSPCV) is the oldest certification program for cloud computing and managed services providers worldwide and is based on the 10 control objectives of the Unified Certification Standard for Cloud & MSPs. The MSPCV was the first certification created specifically for the managed services and cloud industry.
According to Mainstream officials, a third-party accounting firm performs the MSPCV examination.
Every certification comes with a written report with the entire process documented, validated and signed by a third party accounting firm. The MSPCV has been reviewed by governmental agencies and regulatory bodies across the globe and is used and accepted in five continents around the world.
“The MSPCV certification is a rigorous certification process that benchmarks and verifies the quality of the company providing cloud and/or managed services,” said Charles Weaver, MSPAlliance CEO. “We are very proud to continue to have Mainstream Technologies as a member of this elite community of cloud and MSPs.”