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Volume 2
From the CEO

To our valued clients and friends,

Welcome to Webair’s second quarterly newsletter. In this issue, we will provide you with information concerning Webair’s latest developments in addition to current news, trending topics, and informative tips and tidbits that we hope you will find relevant to your business objectives.

As a dynamic company that takes great pride in offering a world-class engineered hosting platform — informed by an elevated understanding of our clients’ needs and the drive to deliver the best customer experiences in the industry — it’s an important element of our mission at Webair to participate in prestigious forums and to showcase our fully managed solutions and self-provisioning capabilities to enterprise and SMB customers alike.

Did You Know?

According to the 2015 Future of Open Source Survey, which analyzed input from 1,300 C-suite and senior IT professionals, an overwhelming 78% of companies report that they run part or all of their operations on open source. Looking further out, Cloud computing (39%), Big Data (35%), operating systems (33%) and the Internet of Things (31%) are expected to be impacted most by open source in the coming two to three years.

In The News

The intersection of Big Data and healthcare will have far-ranging implications for patients, healthcare providers and public health organizations. As public health policy experts have observed, electronic health records will continue to replace traditional disease and vital statistics reporting systems. Instead of tracking illnesses and injuries weeks, months or years later, near-real-time analysis of live patient health data will enable health officials to track outbreaks as they occur.

Some public health researchers even believe that Big Data analytics and social media could be enlisted together to form disease surveillance and prediction models that are more effective than current methods of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. For example, experts would be able to predict spikes in asthma-related emergency room visits by correlating tweets about asthma and data about air quality from the Environmental Protection Agency.

In This Issue:
From the CEO
Did You Know?
In the News
Webair News
Webair Blog
Webair News

Webair Joins the Telx Cloud Xchange Ecosystem

Webair’s Latest Healthcare Case Study Now Available Online

Webair’s NY1 Data Center and Managed Hosting Solutions Achieve SSAE 16 SOC 1 Type 2 and HIPAA-HITECH Compliance

Webair’s Sagi Brody to Speak at the Fourth Annual Greater New York Data Center Summit

Webair Blog

Webair to Showcase Its HIPAA-HITECH Compliant Cloud and Infrastructure Solutions at the 2015 New York State Chapter MiniHIMSS Conference

Webair Extends Telx® Partnership to Offer Customers Fully Managed Private Cloud and Disaster Recovery

It’s Not Just What’s Inside That Counts: Industry Experts Take a Journey Through Webair’s NY1 Facility

Webair Attends the Inaugural World Hosting Days USA Conference

Webair’s NY1 Data Center Proves its Reliability, Achieving SSAE 16 Certification and HIPAA-HITECH Compliance

3 Steps to Ensuring HIPAA-HITECH Compliance

10 Reasons to Choose Webair’s Managed Cloud over AWS
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