Atlantic.Net’s 25th Year Anniversary as Internet and Cloud Services Provider

Cloud service provider Atlantic.Net, which offers HIPAA-compliant hosting to healthcare businesses, is remembering its 25th year anniversary.

The company started as an internet service provider in 1994. It adapted with the changing technology trends and offered cloud services in 2009. The company continued to develop it its hosting platform and related services over the next 10 years. Now, it has over 15,000 business clients from more than 100 countries.

Founder, President and CEO of Atlantic.Net, Marty Puranik, remarked that the company humbly began as an ISP in a university dormitory. Later it became a prominent Cloud Services Provider that powers its clients’ businesses, secures their data, and ensures the continuous compliance and business operations. Through its offer of secure and optimized Cloud and traditional hosting with option to upgrade as a client’s business grows, the company has become a global brand with a computing presence in several countries. Thanks to the loyal employees and clients, Atlantic.Net wouldn’t have accomplished much without them.

The company had a fast growth of its customer base when it expanded to offer its services to the healthcare industry. Atlantic.Net currently offers to the healthcare industry the following HIPAA-compliant services to help healthcare companies with their cybersecurity posture and HIPAA compliance.

  • HIPAA-compliant cloud hosting
  • WordPress hosting
  • database hosting
  • cloud storage
  • a selection of managed security services
  • disaster recovery

There is definitely plenty of reasons for Atlantic.Net to celebrate. The company has gotten numerous awards from Inc 500, Florida 100, MedTech Breakthrough and other award-giving bodies for its customer service, sustained growth, products and services.

CEO Marty Puranik also received recognition for his outstanding leadership. He got a Business Journal’s Forty Under 40 award and the Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year award. He was formally admitted to The University of Florida Hall of Fame.