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Enventis Launches New and Expanded Cloud Services

Enventis (NASDAQ: ENVE), a leading business and broadband communications provider, announced today it is launching and expanding its business cloud services. New Enventis services include Cloud Compute, Data Protection and Cloud Wifi and Enventis SingleLink unified communications has been enhanced to provide even greater customer benefits.

“We are very excited to bring enterprise-class, cloud capabilities and features to business of all sizes,” said John Finke, president and chief executive officer of Enventis. “We understand the complexity of the cloud and are able to provide businesses reliable and scalable cloud solutions with greater flexibility and superior support. This is another important step for Enventis and our company’s ongoing transformation as we add cloud services to our offering to meet the needs of our customers today and tomorrow.”

Enventis SingleLink

Enventis SingleLink® is a centrally managed and hosted, unified communications solution that improves an organization’s communication experience and ultimately creates efficiencies and improves productivity. Enventis developed SingleLink twelve years ago and is expanding the solution to offer a more powerful set of features, including: unified messaging, video, contact center, visual voice mail, instant messaging and mobile applications. Businesses get all of the benefits, without the upfront and ongoing investment of premise-based solutions.

Enventis Cloud Compute

With Enventis Cloud Compute, business customers can provision their resources on demand with flexibility, agility and within a highly available and scalable hosting environment. Business of all sizes can leverage Enventis’ state-of-the-art IT infrastructure to meet their needs, without investing in costly storage and server equipment. With Cloud Compute, Enventis will also ensure compliance with regulations, such as Safe Harbor, PCI, HIPAA and the HITECH Act, for the highest data integrity.

Enventis Data Protection

Enventis Data Protection is an end-to-end, fully managed solution with integrated backup and seamless disaster recovery. Enventis offers businesses complete support, training, reporting and ongoing management to ensure that critical data assets are not compromised mitigating company risk and providing relief to an IT team from unnecessary stress and strain. Enventis’ Data Protection services offer full adherence to HIPAA, PCI and Safe Harbor requirements.

Enventis Cloud Wifi

Enventis Cloud Wifi is a powerful and secure cloud network solution that provides businesses hassle-free control over devices and applications, in a cost-effective and simple manner. With a growing reliance on mobile devices and the increasing trend for users to bring their own device, managing a business network is becoming more complex and costly. Enventis Cloud Wifi offers unified visibility and control of an organization’s wireless network via a single dashboard with automated network monitoring and alerting, which gives you the information you want, while eliminating the need to manage the solution.

Enventis Cloud Services offer businesses reliable, agile, yet simple-to-deploy solutions backed by a proven partner with the expertise to ensure a smooth migration and maximum cloud benefits.

As a Cisco Gold Partner with a Master Cloud Builder Specialization, Enventis has the technical expertise and capability to deploy and support cloud-ready integrated infrastructure including both public and private cloud strategies. Backed by the company’s superior customer service, Enventis is an experienced and reliable partner, committed to helping businesses harness the power of cloud services.

Learn more about Enventis Cloud Services here.

About Enventis

Enventis (NASDAQ: ENVE) is a leading provider of advanced communication solutions including data, cloud and IT services to businesses throughout the upper Midwest. The company also provides residential broadband services in select southern Minnesota and northwest Iowa communities. The Enventis fiber network spans more than 4,200 route miles across Minnesota and into Iowa, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin. The company has 520 employees with corporate headquarters located in Mankato, Minn. and a 116-year track record of stability. Learn more about Enventis at www.enventis.com.

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