Sacramento IT solution provider earns Cloud Certification

23 Jan


Sacramento, California, United States of America January 23, 2012 — Cameron Park Computer Services is proud to report that its President, Mark Anthony Germanos, has achieved the CloudU certification, sponsored by Rackspace. CloudU is a curriculum designed for business owners and technical professionals who want to boost their knowledge of the fundamentals of Cloud Computing. By completing all 10 CloudU Lessons and sitting for a final online exam, professionals can earn a CloudU Certificate demonstrating their command of the most important topics in Cloud Computing.

“This is a very important step in where Cameron Park Computer Services, and computing in general, is going,” said Mark Anthony Germanos. “We’ve done some cloud migrations and our clients have reported great results. They report that everything works, everything works right and we don’t have to think about it at midnight. This certification will help us present cloud options to clients and create solutions that are highly tailored to our clients’ needs.”

Cameron Park Computer Services is a Sacramento, CA IT solution provider. With 20-plus years in this field, CPCS has seen multiple changes and has kept abreast of changes both for its prosperity and for the prosperity of its clients. When you run your business in the cloud, everything works, your information is always available, and the cost is usually lower than housing your business data onsite. You can learn more about how you can earn your CloudU Certificate at CloudU Certification. For more information, see


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