It’s been a whirlwind couple of months for 365 Data Centers, a leading provider of data center solutions for carrier, content and enterprise customers in ten strategic edge markets. The company has made several announcements in Q1, including a major customer win and industry recognition by CRN, but the catalyst for it’s recent growth was its acquisition of, a data center services provider that was based in South Florida.

365 Data Center, Jeff Slapp, Data Center, Colocation365 Data Centers is continuing on that momentum by welcoming Jeff Slapp as its Vice President, Cloud Services & Support. Jeff will lead the delivery, reliability and expansion of 365 Data Centers’ recently added cloud and virtual managed services product offerings.

For the last two decades, Jeff has been on the forefront of technology, specializing in server and storage virtualization, high-performance and high-availability design and software-defined enterprise architectures. Jeff also has an extensive software development background with specific emphasis on user-interface design, third-party integration and system automation. Prior to joining 365 Data Centers, Jeff served in virtual systems engineering and sales engineering leadership roles at Iron Mountain, Citrix Systems, and DataCore Software, and has also owned and operated a cloud and managed services business.

In his new role, Jeff will focus on accelerating the advancement of 365’s DRaaS backup, cloud compute and storage services offerings and rolling out the aforementioned services throughout the 365 Data Centers 10 market footprint.

“The competitive landscape is very different today,” said Slapp. “Technology-focused businesses must adapt with an agility never experienced before in the industry to keep their edge in the marketplace. Feature-rich, software-driven architectures combined with world-class network and support services enable businesses to meet this challenge. This is precisely what 365 Data Centers delivers to its customers every day.”

To read the official press release, click here.