In 2006, our Bluelock founders were fed up with seeing the same scenario play out over and over. Companies would buy too much datacenter space and capital equipment and waste money, or they would buy too little and they’d be in trouble.
Compelled by the Software-as-a-Service concept, we set out to try to serve businesses with a newly minted Infrastructure-as-a-Service practice, based on the same principles as Software-as-a-Service: pay-as-you- go, on-demand, efficient. Our CTO and cofounder even wrote the first Wikipedia entry for the term Infrastructure-as-a-Service.
Many years, innovations and customers later, we continue to thrive in our efforts to help customers realize the benefits of a more modern, efficient approach to infrastructure.
Our high-performance team of cloud experts continues to innovate and explore new ways to see the world of IT, leading us to working in the disaster recovery management business as well. Our goal is to always think about old problems in new ways and develop easy-to-use solutions that allow companies to focus on their core business, not on the hardware behind it.