Liberty Center One Announces New Cloud Offerings and Updated Website

January 7, 2019 Off By Hoofer

Liberty Center One, a leading provider of IT delivery infrastructure, today completed a redesign of its website. Intended to help prospective clients more easily understand and browse through Liberty Center One’s offerings, the redesign also promotes several new cloud offerings. These include infrastructure-as-a-service, virtual disaster recovery, data-storage-as-a-service, backup-as-a-service.

One Cloud Services, Liberty’s cloud offers robust cloud architecture to handle a range of workloads. Desktop-as-a-service lets clients utilize a Citrix-powered cloud desktop.

"At Liberty Center One, we’re always looking for ways we might better serve our clients," said Tim Mullahy LCO’s Managing Director. "In the last 18 months, we’ve managed to significantly expand both our offerings and our geographic coverage while building out the level and quality of service we’re able to provide."

A major objective of this expansion, explains Mullahy, was to ensure clients were able to enjoy the same flexibility, customizability, and support with LCO’s new offerings as they are with its current portfolio. This is one of the reasons the company offers cloud migration assistance at no additional cost. It’s also why the company chose this moment to redo its website.

"With the integration of a new suite of cloud offerings in our portfolio, we felt it was time to implement a website redesign we’d been considering for some time," he continues. "Our new site layout is more streamlined, more focused, and easier to navigate."

The new website reworks Liberty Center One’s sitemap, separating its services into three broad categories: colocation, cloud, and virtual disaster recovery. It will also include a resources page designed to help clients address many of the most common questions pertaining to colocation and the cloud.

"We look forward to seeing how our audience engages with our new site – and to offering them our new products and services," Mullahy concluded.