Cloud MSP Logicworks, Now Acquired by Cox Communications

Cloud MSP Logicworks, Now Acquired by Cox Communications

By Alex Passett

There are myriad benefits for businesses that can secure professionally managed, ultramodern cloud services. These range from maximized cost-savings on cloud migrations and data storage to expertly supported cybersecurity, better network uptime, disaster recovery support, off-site backup, dedicated product training, and overall agility so teams can focus on what they do best (rather than the minutiae of IT woes). For most businesses, the affordability factor overrides the rest, since avoiding burdensome infrastructure costs via predictable operational spending is what’s most often prioritized.

The long story short? Trusted cloud MSPs ensure collective peace of mind.

For example, Cox Communications sought this, knowing expert assistance in systems management meant others could benefit from freeing up their day-to-days from hassle-intensive IT queries.

And so, earlier this month, Cox acquired New York-based, high-growth managed cloud services company, Logicworks.

Logicworks, well-equipped for around-the-cloud CloudOps support and accelerated cloud transformations, empowers its customers to migrate, run, and operate business apps on AWS and Azure. Powered by their Cloud Reliability Platform, Logicworks is set to strengthen Cox’s offerings in providing cutting-edge solutions.

“With Logicworks in our commercial services portfolio,” said Mark Greatrex, President of Cox Communications, “we can help customers better migrate and manage systems in the cloud while they focus on business priorities. Additionally, this acquisition is part of our larger plan to offer a comprehensive suite of innovative IT solutions.”

Together, Cox Communications and Logicworks are certain they can holistically serve commercial customers’ IT, connectivity, and telecom needs. Ken Ziegler, CEO of Logicworks, is confident in this.

“Cox and Logicworks share the same vision surrounding the underserved public cloud managed services space,” Ziegler said. “This partnership creates a fantastic opportunity for us to step in and become a market leader. It enables us to continue to capitalize on the increasing demand in the market as well as broaden our opportunities for growth.”




Edited by Alex Passett
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