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WHOA.com Accelerates Channel Push for Secure Cloud

By Doug Barney

WHOA.com this week touted a series of secure cloud services, and at the same time launched a channel program to get these services to the masses.

The company is having a bit of a coming out party for prospective partners.

“We are very excited to bring our secure cloud services to the channel,” said Mark Amarant, founder and CEO of WHOA.com. “Value Added Resellers and IT vendors nationwide can offer our “best in class solutions” while earning large sales bonuses and residual commissions.”


The company’s broad range of products includes cloud storage, backup and replication, public/private cloud, security, operating systems and applications, load balancing, content delivery networks, remote desktops, and e-mail archiving and encryption.

Besides all that technology, here is what else the company brags that its partner program offers:

  • “Best of Breed Technology plus Multiple Locations Providing Geographic Redundancy.
  • The Industries Best Tools, Collaborative Marketing Designed to help You Succeed.
  • Unsurpassed Ongoing Training and Certifications to Help You Evolve.
  • Highly Profitable and Rewarding Human Partnership. Top Bonuses and Rapid Pay.
  • Expanding Portfolio of Services Designed to Serve Your Customers NOW and in the Future.
  • 100% Visibility into Every Aspect of Your Business.
  • Iron Clad SLA’s. Expert Support.
  • Unparalleled Field Engineering Support and Presence.”

WHOA.com is also a platinum sponsor of the upcoming Cloud4SMB Expo, collocated with ITEXPO in Miami, Fla.  Jan. 28 – 31 and will delve into what the cloud can do for you now and in the future.

Sessions will specifically be focused on the unique needs and challenges of small and medium businesses (SMBs) seeking to leverage the benefits of cloud computing solutions. 

WHOA.com Pushes IT Monitoring

Any MSP worth its salt need monitoring. After all, one of the keys to service provider profits is efficiency, and much of that efficiency can come from proper monitoring.

Understanding this, WHOA.com ponied up the cash to use IT monitoring software from ScienceLogic. This is all to help support what WHOOA.com hopes is substantial growth based on new services that leverage the ScienceLogic platform.  

Besides supporting new services, ScienceLogic monitoring lets customers see for themselves how their apps are functioning.

The ScienceLogic tool supports multi-tenancy, a must for any serious service provider: It offers “multiple levels of view segmentation, by user profile, customer profile, geography profile, technology profile, and many other profiles,” the companies said.

Whoa isn’t pulling in the reins when it comes to bragging about its plans, and believes its upcoming offering will have real horsepower. “We are building the Bentley of cloud services by using ScienceLogic. ScienceLogic is the key to our philosophy of using best-of-breed systems to empower our customers,” claimed Mark Amarant, founder and CEO of Whoa.com. 

ScienceLogic’s monitoring software tracks performance and status across distributed systems, including event tracking, network status, asset management and service desk. The company has some 15,000 service providers and other customers using this software.




Edited by Stefania Viscusi

MSPToday Editor at Large

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