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RFA launches secure multi-cloud platform

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RFA (Richard Fleischman and Associates) has launched the RFA Multi-Cloud platform, which securely combines public and private cloud services into one managed solution.

By extending the safeguards of RFA's singular cyber protection tier, the Multi-Cloud offering enables RFA clients to compliantly integrate cost-effective, scalable public cloud solutions into their IT strategy.
 
In partnership with Amazon and Microsoft, the RFA Multi-Cloud builds upon RFA's private cloud, a dedicated Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) offering, and is designed to meet the need for a flexible, unified platform that facilitates the cost efficient adoption of externally hosted applications as business requirements evolve.
 
Current RFA private cloud customers are able to expand into the Multi-Cloud by establishing a secure connection to public cloud systems, ensuring all data is subject to the same RFA suite of enterprise-grade cyber protections.
 
"As a leader in managed technology services for more than 25 years, RFA's extensive research and development effort focuses on anticipating changes in the technology landscape to identify optimal client solutions," says Yohan Kim (pictured), chief operating officer at RFA. "The release of the Multi-Cloud platform will provide clients at all stages—from start-ups to established, global firms—with the best of both worlds when it comes to the cloud: lowered costs and increased flexibility, while still providing the highest level of security and control."

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