Stefanie Williams joined 451 Research in April 2011. She is a member of the Multi-Tenant Datacenters team, covering North America and Australia. Her key research areas include state and local level incentives and compliance, including FedRAMP, HIPAA, ISO, PCI-DSS, SSAE 16, SOC 2 & 3, and Uptime Institute M&O and Tier Certifications.
Prior to joining 451 Research, Stefanie owned and operated an editing and document development business focused on technology and the sciences. She has a diverse background in customer service and business management.
She has been quoted in the Tampa Bay Times and the Plano Community News, and has served as a panelist for CapRate. She is also widely cited in industry and trade publications.
Stefanie holds a BA in English-technical writing from the University of North Texas.
There is a big opportunity for communication infrastructure service companies to help the life sciences and health IT vertical to modernize, but it also comes with increased compliance requirements. We discuss two influential organizations in this vertical, HITRUST and EHNAC.
The company recently acquired two facilities in Cleveland and Pittsburgh from 365 Data Centers. Under their former ownership, these sites did not have local sales staff or get much attention. DataBank is about to give these two facilities and cities the love they deserve.
This report provides an overview of the competitive dynamics in the Sydney and Melbourne markets, a 451 Research Market Map(TM) of the competitors in the area, market share of the dominant providers, supply-demand and utilization trends and discussion of planned multi-tenant datacenter builds.
With its three datacenters and healthy services mix, Louisiana-based Venyu has morphed into a modern multi-tenant datacenter provider from its beginnings as a network design firm.
The company has retrofitted an 8,100-square-foot warehouse to enter the underserved MTDC market of Chattanooga, Tennessee, with room to grow.
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