Michael Griffin Resigns as Chief Operations Officer of Handy Networks, LLC
Handy Networks, LLC announced today that Michael Griffin, co-founder of Handy Networks, LLC, has resigned as Chief Operations Officer for personal reasons, effective immediately. Jay
Sudowski, Co-Founder and Chief Technical Officer (CTO) will assume the position of Chief Executive Officer of Handy Networks.
“Mike has made valuable contributions to Handy Networks over the years,” said Jay Sudowski. “Mike’s vision and leadership helped cultivate a customer service focused data center and cloud hosting company with a strong record of uptime and operational excellence. We wish Mike continued success with his future endeavors.”
“Handy Networks is in an ideal position to enter a period of robust growth. We have a number of products and services in our pipeline that will truly enable a cloud computing model for
SMBs. Our technical teams are firing on all cylinders. For 2016, our average response time to customer support issues has been well under 10 minutes.” added Sudowski. “We also want to ensure all of our clients that the day-to-day operations of Handy Networks rests in capable, experienced hands. Our key employees have committed to staying with Handy Networks for the foreseeable future.”
As CTO, Sudowski was responsible for ensuring the reliability and availability of all of Handy Network’s service offerings. In the 9 years that Handy Networks has been operating their private data center in downtown Denver, overall data center reliability has exceeded 99.999% (less than 5 minutes of downtime per year).
Handy Networks is a Denver based data center, web hosting and cloud computing company. Handy was one of the first hosting companies to specialize in Windows based web hosting, going back to the early 2000s. Currently, Handy Networks services customers from nearly 50 countries who range in size from single employee small businesses to billion dollar banks and government agencies. Handy Networks offers a wide range of data center and cloud hosting services, including public cloud, private cloud, bare metal dedicated server hosting, Nimble Storage as a Service, managed colocation, and backup and disaster recovery as a service.