Serving the region since 1995, EasyStreet® Online Services is Oregon’s most trusted locally-headquartered IT Services provider. Known for its consultative approach, EasyStreet helps its customers integrate Cloud hosting, colocation and managed services to create the flexible — and reliable — computing infrastructure that meets their needs. EasyStreet offers specialized Professional Services including Cloud migration, Cloud readiness assessment, Disaster Recovery planning, network, monitoring and architecture design, capacity planning and implementation support. EasyStreet has data centers in Beaverton and downtown Portland, plus partner data centers in Phoenix and Spokane for geodistant Disaster Recovery. With a long-standing commitment to sustainable practices, EasyStreet buys offsets for 100% of the electricity, water and natural gas its Beaverton facilities consume — resulting in zero carbon footprint operations. Its Beaverton data centers are third-party SSAE 16 Type II audited and Private Cloud environments have been verified for HIPAA/HITECH compliance.
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