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HOSTING Names Bill Santos to Executive Vice President of Sales & Enterprise Solutions

In his new role, Santos will further enable HOSTING's delivery of managed cloud services

DENVER, Feb. 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- HOSTING, a leading provider of enterprise-class, managed Cloud hosting services, announced that it has appointed Bill Santos as Executive Vice President of Sales & Enterprise Solutions.  Santos will lead HOSTING's global sales team and accelerate the delivery of the company's Cloud-based solutions.

"Since joining HOSTING last year as Vice President of Professional Services, Bill has played a pivotal role increasing the business value we offer our customers," said Art Zeile, CEO. "In his new role, Bill's high energy and deep experience will continue to enable exceptional sales solutions."

"I'm very excited about this new role," said Santos. "HOSTING is well-positioned in the rapidly expanding IT and Cloud services market.  Our ability to combine traditional, dedicated, and Cloud-based solutions meets a wide array of customer needs and differentiates us as a true partner for mid-market enterprises."

Santos is a visionary and entrepreneur with more than 13 years of leadership experience at IBM and five years at SHI where he established a technology services practice. Santos also founded and led Atlantec Group, a technology services firm he successfully sold in 2001. Prior to joining HOSTING, he oversaw the development of a Cloud services strategy for RevGen Partners. Santos earned a Bachelor's and Master's degree in Computer Science and Engineering from MIT.

About HOSTING
HOSTING is a leading provider of managed Cloud hosting services for mission-critical applications. With a unique lifecycle approach and the industry's best team, HOSTING helps organizations design, build, migrate, manage, and protect their Cloud-based environments. Using enterprise-class networking and connectivity technologies, HOSTING provides the highest levels of availability, recovery, security, and performance. HOSTING owns and operates six geographically-dispersed data centers under an ITIL-based control environment independently validated for compliance against the PCI DSS and SOC (formerly SAS 70) frameworks. The company's 4000 customers around the world represent a variety of industries including healthcare, retail, media-entertainment, financial services technology and government.

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