Orange County Business Journal Announces The Top 50 Community-Minded Companies in Orange County.
Zumasys has been identified by the Orange County Business Journal as one of Orange County’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies for 2017!
Zumasys is collaborating with Indiana-based Ivy Tech Community College and Cook Medical to integrate jBASE into its Software Development certificate program to simulate real-world programming scenarios.
Accelerated Performance and Availability for the Always-On Enterprise, Pure Storage and Veeam — Better Together
With training and assistance from Zumasys, Ivy Tech Community College developed a curriculum that challenged Ivy Tech students with problem-solving projects to prepare them for careers in manufacturing management at companies such as Cook Medical.
CRN’s Solution Provider 500 list spotlights the North American IT channel partner organizations that have earned the highest revenue over the past year, providing a valuable resource to vendors looking for top solution providers to partner with.
The women who comprise this annual list span the IT channel, representing vendors, distributors, solution providers and other organizations that figure prominently in the channel ecosystem.
Now celebrating its 30th year, the awards program recognizes entrepreneurs in over 145 cities in 60 countries who demonstrate excellence and extraordinary success in such areas as innovation, financial performance, and personal commitment to their businesses and communities.
Tech Elite 250 list recognizes IT solution providers with deep technical expertise and premier certifications.
Zumasys Named Runner Up for Citrix Desktop Partner of the Year 2017
As 2016 comes to a close, the MultiValue community is looking ahead at what 2017 may offer in the MV space. In this article, MultiValue Experts offer their predictions for 2017.
Zumasys, a leading provider of cloud computing solutions for business-critical applications, is honored to be named to the Orange County Register’s list of Top Workplaces 2016.
Forbes Technology Council members are in a wide range of industries and come from a diverse set of experiences. However, they all have lots of great insights to share, from best practices for technology departments to smart predictions for the future of tech. This week: Andrew Takacs.
Orangewood partnered with Zumasys to implement a virtual desktop infrastructure that allows students to use SolidWorks 3D CAD design software from their Chromebooks.
Zumasys has been recognized by the Orange County Register both for its positive work environment and its commitment to social responsibility.
For a second year in a row, Zumasys ranks #19 among small organizations that challenge their IT staff while providing great benefits, company culture and compensation.