Identifying and celebrating excellence in the field of cloud computing, the cloud computing awards program encourages entries from across the entire globe — the U.S., Canada, Australasia, and EMEA regions. Entrants can be from organizations of any size, including start-ups. The awards were conferred on Jan. 28.
Categories this year included Best Cloud Infrastructure, Data Innovation of the Year, “Best in Mobile” Cloud Solution, Most Promising Start-Up and Best Software as a Service.
“For Infinitely Virtual to be recognized in two important categories of the 2013-14 Cloud Awards program is a special honor, and we are delighted to be considered among the other nominees,” said Adam Stern, CEO, Infinitely Virtual. “Since inception, the company has connected with small and midsize businesses who value having a different kind of relationship with their hosting provider. That relationship consists entirely of making the migration to the cloud as effortless and productive as possible.”
According to Cloud Awards organizer Larry Johnson, “every year, we think we must have met the ceiling on how high the standard of entries will get. Every year those expectations are smashed, as a new wave of Cloud pioneers and innovators shows us their successes – and more importantly, their drive for success. Cloud technologies are like no other, showing a remarkable ability to act as a catalyst for scalable, intuitive, hardworking solutions for business and modern life. We are lucky enough to be able to showcase some of the brightest and best.”
More than 200 organizations entered, with entries coming from across the globe, including Europe, the US, Canada, Australia and the Middle East.
The Cloud Awards will return in 2014-15 for a fresh awards program seeking excellence in cloud computing.