Internap provides managed hosting and IP connectivity to TalentWise, and Peak 10 signs the Tampa Tribune.
Internap selected by TalentWise
Internap Network Services (INAP) announced that Hiring Process Management (HPM) solutions provider TalentWise is leveraging Internap’s managed hosting and route-optimized IP connectivity services for the high-performance delivery of its cloud-based hiring solution, TalentWise Hire. Since TalentWise manages sensitive candidate and employee data, it must meet stringent data security and compliance requirements, including the Experian Independent 3rd Party Assessment (EI3PA) and Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS) designed to protect Personally Identifiable Information (PII). Internap will host TalentWise from its Dallas data center with its Santa Clara data center used as a disaster recovery site. Additionally, TalentWise will use the Internap Seattle data center for development. TalentWise requires optimal performance and availability, and as such have selected Internap’s Performance IP connectivity, which minimizes latency and provides a 100 percent uptime SLA with its patented Managed Internet Route Optimizer technology.
“Our thousands of customers rely on TalentWise solutions to more easily and efficiently screen prospective employees and manage the hiring process in a way that’s assured to be secure and compliant,” said Prashant Luthra, vice president, technology at TalentWise. “To address these demands, we needed our platform to reside on dedicated hardware managed by a secure, compliant, best-of-breed provider. Internap stood out among those we considered based on its ability to provide uptime and performance guarantees at advanced, SOC2-audited facilities, while collaborating with us to design the ideal customized environment for engendering trust with our customers.”
Peak 10 signs the Tampa Tribune
Peak 10 announced that metropolitan newspaper The Tampa Tribute has signed for Peak 10’s Tampa data center services. Peak 10 collaborated with The Tampa Tribune and TBO.com to transfer and set up its IT production environment within a short time period to minimize interruption of its 24×7 operations. The Tampa Tribune is utilizing Peak 10 for hosting its proprietary programs such as processing systems for generating newspaper and online content, file servers for employees, and programs for manipulating photos and ingesting and outputting data to production.
“In addition to our proximity and immediate service delivery, our multi-carrier network was important to The Tampa Tribune, as it provides the 24/7 redundancy needed to maintain business operation,” said Cheryl Kleiman, Peak 10 vice president and general manager responsible for Tampa-based operations. “Its staff was also impressed by our level of customer support and commitment to investing in new technologies so that we, and our customers, can stay ahead of the industry curve.”