Minneapolis, Minn. - Metropolis Rugby Football Club (RFC) has officially signed Atomic Data as one of the club’s elite sponsors for the next three years. The Minneapolis based IT solutions leader’s logo will be featured prominently on Metropolis RFC’s jerseys starting the 2016/2017 season.
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The Initiative for a Competitive Inner City (ICIC) and Fortune have announced that Atomic Data had been selected as one of two Minnesota-based companies for the prestigious 2016 Inner City 100 list. This recognition places Atomic Data in an exemplary lineage of nearly 900 fast-growing and innovative inner city businesses.
For the 3rd Time, Atomic Data Appears on the Inc. 5000 list, Ranking No. 3,467 with Three-Year Sales Growth of 93%
Once again, Atomic Data, a local leader in the Data and Managed Services industry, has attained a SOC 3 certification.
At the first BBQ of 2016, the non-profit Start Reading Now and technology leader Atomic Data celebrated the latter’s donation of $45,000 to Start Reading Now’s efforts to close the achievement gap in Minneapolis Public Schools.
This Acceptable Use Policy is part of our overall effort to provide quality, reliable service to Atomic Data’s customers; to protect the privacy and security of our customers, systems, and networks; to encourage responsible use of Atomic Data’s and other providers' resources; and to comply with applicable laws.
The Dallas, Texas colocation and cloud facility extends The Atomic Cloud® footprint and also provides modern enterprises with the connectivity, redundancy, and geographic separation necessary to safeguard against unforeseen risks to business operations.
For the 2nd year in a row, Atomic Data has been ranked as one of the fastest growing private companies in Minneapolis and St. Paul.
MIR3®, Inc. today announced that Atomic Data™, provider of comprehensive IT solutions, has chosen Intelligent Notification as a trusted tool for emergency notification both within the organization and externally.
Atomic Data™ today announced it has hired Yan Kravchenko to fill the newly created position of Chief Information Security Officer.