Westborough, MA—June 2, 2016 — Transitional Data Services (TDS), a leading provider of services and software to manage the end-to-end process for data center and IT transformations, announced today that it was named to CIOReview magazine’s list of 20 Most Promising Data Center Solution Providers of 2016.
The announcement was made as TDS and its president and co-founder, Michael Bullock, were featured on the cover of the magazine’s May, 2016 issue. Titled “Transitional Data Services: The Data Center and IT Transformation Specialist,” the article highlights how TDS and the company’s TransitionManager software are helping enterprises address the challenges and risks of data center transformation. TransitionManager is a cloud or premises-based software product that breaks down operating silo barriers, leverages reusable workstreams, and provides real-time visibility into project status and updates.
According to Jeevan George, managing editor of CIOReview, the magazine selected TDS based on its specialties in data center migration, transformation, relocation, consolidation, and strategy. CIOReview also noted the company’s services expertise in application migrations (including both virtual and cloud), and network and infrastructure design. “Attaining remarkable growth was indeed a tremendous achievement for Transitional Data Services,” said George. “Thereby, it is a pleasure to honor it by naming it in the list of 20 Most Promising Data Center Solution Providers 2016. I congratulate TDS and look forward to its continued success.”
“On behalf of everyone at TDS, we are grateful to CIOReview for acknowledging our growth and how TransitionManager enables rapid IT transformation,” said TDS President Bullock. “In today’s perpetually-evolving hybrid computing model, the lines are blurred between physical, virtual and cloud infrastructures. Using TransitionManager, teams can visualize complex relationships and interdependencies across all IT infrastructure and operating silos, including application software, servers, storage, database and network devices. As such, TransitionManager both automates the tedious and error prone aspects of data center migrations and paves the way for ongoing transformation into the future.”
The CIOReview cover story is the latest in a series of events recognizing the potential for TransitionManager to accelerate IT transformation. Recently for example, TDS completed a transformation project with a global Fortune 1000 manufacturer well ahead of schedule. With help from TransitionManager, the company was able to: Conduct a tech refresh on its hardware; Migrate to a new data center facility, and Implement a new disaster recovery program.
Meanwhile, TDS was recognized in mid-2015 as a “cool vendor” by analyst firm Gartner in a report titled “Cool Vendors in Data Center Management, Power and Cooling, 2015.”
Transitional Data Services (TDS) provides industry leading services and software to manage the end-to-end process for data center and IT transformations. This includes services for application migrations, virtual/cloud migrations, data center relocations/consolidation, network & infrastructure design and 24/7 environment monitoring and technical operations.
Transitional Data Services and TransitionManager have been recognized by Gartner as a “cool vendor” in May, 2015.
Published from Fremont, California, CIOReview is a print magazine that explores and understands the plethora of ways adopted by firms to execute the smooth functioning of their businesses. A distinguished panel comprising of CEOs, CIOs, IT VPs including CIOReview editorial board finalized the “20 Most Promising Data Center Solution Providers 2016” in the U.S. and shortlisted the best vendors and consultants.
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