Verizon's cloud service centers complete SAS 70 Type II examination

Verizon (NYSE: VZ) has finished its annual SAS 70 Type II examination of its data centers that support its growing cloud computing service suite.

At the same time, Verizon's Computing as a Service cloud offering completed the annual SAS 70 Type II examination.

Successfully completing SAS 70 Type II examination for the second year in a row is an important milestone for Verizon as it looks to establish cloud services as a major part of its wireline business revenue.

Existing and even potentially new customers that are considering Verizon for their cloud services to house their critical network and application infrastructure would have peace of mind that they meet stringent standards set under the SAS 70 Type II examination process.

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