Redefining the Data Center

The Data Center has become the epicenter of "business intelligence" -- tasked with delivering operational efficiency, bridging silos, facilitating real-time communication and providing the mission-critical analytics that can make or break an organization's bottom line.

WebHouse leverages its 15 years of proven engineering expertise to design holistic, solution-driven data center solutions for your company that will result in an agile and scalable IT infrastructure that fuels your long-term technology strategy, while targeting your organization's operational pain points and short-term IT objectives. We use a hands-on approach to make sure your technology ecosystem cost-effectively serves your bottom-line goals, generates actionable business intelligence and delivers efficiency across the entire organization.

Let us assess your data center and assist you in identifying your path to optimization and greater overall IT efficiency. Call 516-764-6300 and/or email us at

Unsurpassed On-site Engineering

With a 4:1 engineer-to-sales ratio, WebHouse prides itself on its proven track-record of best-in-class 1-on-1 customer service. We understand that every data center and IT strategy is unique, and Step 1 always starts with a complete and thorough understanding of your company's immediate needs and long-term strategy on a holistic and agnostic level. Its not about buying IT components and technology tools, its about establishing an overall technology fabric for your organization that serves your short and long-term goals and objectives. Components, brands and products must serve those end goals and must form a solution that has been customized to match the unique parameters surrounding your company's need for actionable intelligence. Our dedicated staff of IT engineers, technology experts and market specialists focus on designing cost-efficient, scalable, bottom-line solutions that support and grow your business long-term.

Let us assess your data center and assist you in identifying your path to optimization and greater overall IT efficiency. Call 516-764-6300 and/or email us at

A 15-Year Commitment to Your Data

What is the value of your company's data?...content? How quickly could you rebound from a major data loss? What would it cost? How stable is your data? Is it providing you with intelligence?

At WebHouse, we understand that your technology eco-system is all about data. The distribution, access, protection and stability of it. Not to mention, your ability to convert it into actionable intelligence, market advantage and bottom-line growth. Your mission critical data, the apps that create it, and the systems that serve it all require absolute stability, guaranteed uptime, and cost-efficient redundancy.

For 15 years WebHouse has been dedicated to the storage, replication and backup of your critical data. We are dedicated to designing, installing and managing your data, your applications and your entire technology infrastructure with a comprehensive portfolio of agnostic solutions, professional services and technology partnerships. Our service expertise includes:

Data Center Design, Development, Management and Support
Storage Management & Design
Tiered Enterprise Storage Optimization
Big Data, Media and Cloud Storage Strategies
Storage Consolidation and Data Migration Solutions
Data Protection, File Archiving & Compliance
Data and Application Backup & Recovery
Server, Storage and Network Virtualization
Data Center and Network Assessment & Optimization
Customized All-in-One "Pod" Solutions
Private Cloud Design, Development, Management and Support
IT-centric Physical and Digital Security Solutions
IT-centric Media & Marketing Solutions
Digital Signage and Engagement Marketing Platforms
Customized Healthcare IT Solutions
Cloud Analytics and SaaS (Software-as-a-Service)
IaaS (Infrastructure-as-a-Service) and Custom Infrastructure Financing

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September 2014

WebHouse welcomes new company president

(September 6, 2014) It is with great pleasure that I announce that William J Hogan will join the company and serve as President and Chief Revenue Officer. Bill brings 25 years of experience in sales leadership with industry leading storage companies, including NetApp and EMC and long been a very staunch supporter of WebHouse.
We welcome Bill to lead a thriving business as we look to solidify and grow our already successful business with NetApp with a goal of becoming their #1 partner in the NY market and expand our business accordingly with additional partners.
I am thrilled to partner up with Bill as we continue to expand our customer base and deliver our portfolio of solutions in a best of class manner. In addition to bringing deep industry expertise and long-standing business relationships, Bill has a proven track record in enabling customer success, partnering effectively, leading with integrity and building teams that serve the communities we serve with distinction.
Prior to joining us Bill was at NetApp where for 11 years he served in a range of sales leadership assignments always based in NY and ultimately serving as vice president and general manager of the Eastern US.
Long recognized as a thought leader and friend to the channel Bill's leadership was critical in helping NetApp achieve a widely recognized leadership position as one of the most effective channel leveraged companies in the industry.
Over the course of his 10 year tenure NetApp annual revenues grew from approximately $800M to well over $6B. In NY alone the business grew from below 30M to over 400MILL.
Bill started his career with EMC for 11 years in a range of sales leadership assignments, including leading EMC’s New York Metropolitan Area Business. Bill also served as Vice Presidentof Sales at StorageApps, an early virtualization start up that was acquired by HP where he did a brief stint running their Storage Virtualization Solutions sales efforts.
Bill's philanthropic efforts are well documented as a longstanding board member of Diocese of Brooklyn Futures in Education Foundation. He also serves on the Boards of Tuck's RUSH for Literacy, Mercy First and was just recently appointed to the Board of Directors of St Baldricks Foundation after years of tireless service there.
Please join me in welcoming Bill to the WebHouse family.

Aug 6, 2013

SecureData 365 and WebHouse Announce Cloud Backup Solutions for Local Businesses

(August 6, 2013) Canton, Ohio - Today SecureData 365 and WebHouse announced that SecureData's Canton facility will host a storage and disaster recovery environment specifically developed for small-to-medium sized (SME) businesses. By leveraging NetApp's leading cloud storage solutions, WebHouse's expertise, and SecureData's world-class facilities, SMEs now have an opportunity to receive state-of-the-art disaster recovery and cloud storage solutions at a price they can afford.

"We're providing businesses access to a NetApp infrastructure without making another hardware and software investment," explains Bernie Cesareo, Vice President for WebHouse. "Backup of critical systems and applications is much more affordable by providing it by the terabyte in a shared environment."

Experts in NetApp storage (an acknowledged leader in the storage space) WebHouse is highly relied upon by NetApp to help test and deploy their solutions. Being New York based with offices in Ohio, WebHouse is highly adept at supporting companies where 100% uptime, seamless operat..."

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Oct 1, 2012

5 Trends Poised to Reshape Healthcare IT

Ask any healthcare professional and you will likely receive the same assessment of their organization's short-term and long-term objectives -- saving lives! As Paul Cerrato so eloquently points out in his article, the reality is that their second universal goal is to "put themselves out of business." I love this statement in that it represents an unspoken truth that is not only true in healthcare -- as the industry creates mechanisms for the public to become increasingly become self-sufficient and have less and less need for medical services -- but also applies to the IT world as well, because it should become increasingly possible to manage and maintain a all-encompassing data center with fewer and fewer engineers and technical personnel. This article explores the changes that are impacting both groups inside the healthcare industry -- mobile health, personal health records, telemedicine, standardization of electronic health records (EHR) and clinical analytics. What I love about this article is that it can also be applied as a powerful assessment of the broader trends that are changing the IT industry as a whole. "The times they are a changing..."

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Sept 25, 2012

Store Data Forever...on Quartz Glass?

We spend our lives storing data, with varying degrees of success. I'm not sure how many files I lost on floppy, Zip disks, portable hard drives, etc. Some companies, like ours, exist on the premise of storing data -- safely and securely. But even data-loving storage geeks like ourselves have been fed and accepted the validity of the line "Data, like all things, eventually dies." "Not so" says the lab rats at Hitachi who claim they've developed a medium that can store data FOREVER...using a new quartz glass plate. By storing data in binary form using four layers of dots inside a thin waterproof sheet of quartz glass that can hold 40 megabytes per square inch (approx. the density of a music CD), something we have thought of as super-fragile can actually offer the strongest form of data storage. Just don't drop it!

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Sept 15, 2012

Cloud Instruction Manual

It seems like you can't avoid the term "cloud" nowadays. But between the evangelism, the product offerings and the numerous case studies, lies the reality of your business embracing the promise of the cloud. Exactly how can you exploit the highly-touted benefits in productivity, cost reduction and operational efficiencies into seamless integration and bottom-line results? We found a great article that provides a primer on how small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) jump onto the bandwagon and embrace the true potential of the cloud.

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Aug 21, 2012


No, this is not a new Saturday Night Live skit, its the future of one-stop IT procurement and its a trend that WebHouse is 100% in support of. While several of the largest storage vendors, such as EMC, Hewlett-Packard and NetApp, have entered into agreements with server, software and networking vendors to offer bundled products, purpose-built products are just beginning to emerge. WebHouse is currently in the planning stage of several solution-driven all-in-one-solutions in the areas of security, media, healthcare and more. The era of buying individual components is waning and the era of buying a network bundle is fast approaching. What is even more exciting is that this trend puts far more focus on ROI and utilization -- converting the data center into the heart and soul of every organization's data analytics strategies. Good stuf. Good read.

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Aug 2, 2012

Hadoop. Big Data. Neither can be ignored any longer

Big databases? Big analytics? Finite budget? If you answered all of the above, you need to know about and learn about the Apache Hadoop -- an open platform data management system adept at bring data processing and analysis to raw storage at a fraction of the cost of other data management technologies. Developed by Cloudera architect Doug Cutting, Hadoop is open source software that enables distributed parallel processing of huge amounts of data across inexpensive, commodity servers. Built out of necessity, with Hadoop, no data is too big. And in today's hyper-connected world where people and businesses are creating more and more data every day, Hadoop's ability to grow virtually without limits means businesses and organizations can now unlock potential value from all their data.

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July 27, 2012

Google sheds light on its Cloud Services Strategy

Microsoft just downshifted its Azure platform cloud so it could support raw virtual machines and any old applications companies want to cram into them, and now Google has followed suit with its Compute Engine. Google is suggesting that the initial uses of the infrastructure cloud are for batch jobs like video transcoding or rendering, big data jobs like letting Hadoop chew on unstructured data, or traditional and massively parallel HPC workloads in scientific and research fields. But clearly, the era of cloud services is upon us, but perhaps a little more personalized attention is the secret to exploiting its potential.

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July 24, 2012

VWware invests $1.26B in "Cloud Networking"

Nicira started with a brilliant engineer who had the right experience to see the future more clearly than anyone else. Martin Casado, had both the knowledge and the skill required to solve problems that vexed the networking world for three decades gathered from his career running large-scale, highly secure networks. He then took that knowledge to Stanford, and with together with science professors Nick Mckeown and Scott Shenker built the next generation data networking company -- one that will be infinitely elastic, totally reliable and perfectly flexible. VMware just took a giant step towards bringing the future forward.

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July 23, 2012

Learn or Burn! Growth in IP Video Surveillance Drives Partnering.

The arrival of IP-technology has instead bought its own questions, and simultaneously changed the shape of the market place. With the emergence of IP-based technology, IT distributors and IT integrators are now, increasingly, competing with traditional security distributors and security integrators. As IT distributors look to add video surveillance products to their product range and enter the video surveillance industry, where do they acquire the security knowledge they lack?

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July 12, 2012

OK Bio-Fuels I get...but get ready for Bio-Computers

Microbes that eat and ingest iron? More importantly, as a result these microbes create nano-scale magnets inside themselves. Talk about indigestion. The proteins inside their bodies interact with the iron to produce tiny crystals of the mineral magnetite, the most magnetic mineral on Earth, which are then collected, shaped and positioned in a way that could help in building hard drives. And if that isn't enough, the researchers also managed to create tiny electrical wires from living organisms -- nano-scale tubes made from the membrane of cells, grown in a lab-controlled environment with the help of a protein present in human lipid molecules.

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July 10, 2012

"Data Never Sleeps" or "The Arrival of the Revenue Cloud"

"Big data" is not just some abstract concept designed to ignite a discussion about the need for more storage, it is the result of an exploding digital marketplace and the by-product of the era of device driven data streams. But while this abundance of data creates the necessity of putting it somewhere -- driving the continued need for storage -- the real opportunity lies in how to convert it into actionable intelligence and revenues. Finally the term "cloud" will become more than just an over-hyped IT term and form the foundation of making data centers the new profit centers for every company and all organizations. Oh, and did I mention that WebHouse has already started building the environments through which you can do that? ;-)

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July 2, 2012

A Tasty Technology Treat

The Raspberry Pi is a credit-card sized computer that plugs into your TV and a keyboard. It's a capable little PC which can be used for many of the things that your desktop PC does, like spreadsheets, word-processing and games. It also plays high-definition video. The developers want to see it being used by kids all over the world to learn programming. They recommend Debian as the default distribution OS but it's straightforward to replace the root partition on the SD card with another ARM Linux distro if you want to use something else. The OS is stored on the SD card. A whole new take on the concept of mobile and/or "edge" computing.

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March 27, 2012

GridIron is looking to Turbocharge your Storage

GridIron Systems has recently published several white papers that substantiate their claims of successfully increase the speed and efficiency of databases stored on a variety of storage appliances -- most notably WebHouse's favorite enterprise line from NetApp. So if your Oracle is running a tad too slow and you want to inject some octane into the tank, TurboCharger is now certified to accelerate them on your NetApp box, taking your read and write to the next level of performance.

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May 29, 2012

Turn your Data Center into a "Social" Cash Cow

IT Managers are now becoming the darlings of Madison Avenue and Facebook Friends all over the Internet, by using their data centers and its abundance keyword rich "content" to reclaim social relevance and become a marketing driver for their companies.

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May 24, 2012

Top 100 Companies

Vision, Drive, Innovation are the Components of a Successful Company, Nexsan Exemplifies this by Winning the Red Herring North America Top 100 Companies Award

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May 15, 2012

Let lesson learned by US Government directly benefit your storage challenges

NetApps Big Data solutions answer Governments large database struggles

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May 3, 2012

Video: E-series

Big Media. Big Opportunity. NetApp's E-series ignites your media strategy.

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May 16, 2012

St. Baldricks

NetApp and St. Baldricks: A History of Giving

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May 14, 2012

Big Data

Is your company adequately exploiting the "Big Data" opportunity?

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April 25, 2012

Backup Appliances

Why integrating backup appliances is a good thing.

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April 25, 2012

"Marketing is dead" says Saatchi & Saatchi CEO

Is marketing dead? Saatchi & Saatchi CEO shocks the world with his answer and borrows from "cloud" strategies in his vision for tomorrow's marketing

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March 2012

Gartner Quadrant

Gartner, Inc. positioned NetApp in the Leaders quadrant for Storage Resource Management and SAN Management Software Press Release

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May 4, 2012


Thinking Cloud? Think NetApp Storage

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May 4, 2012


What do you need to know to properly plan for a desktop virtualization project?

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April 10, 2012

SOFTBANK Contributes to Japan's Recovery Following 2011 Earthquake and Tsunami

Utilizing NetApp Technology, Softbank contributes to Japan's recovery after the Tsunami. IT Transformation Enables Softbank to Increase Customer Base by 27% and Reduce Operating Expenses by 30% in the Last Five Years

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April 19, 2012

FlexPod Is First Validated Data Center Infrastructure for Private Cloud Enabled by System Center 2012

Customers Gain Speed and Flexibility With Microsoft Private Cloud Fast Track 2.0

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April 24, 2012

Data storage best practices: Jon Toigos top 5 storage efficiency tips

A five-part video tip series, contributor and veteran storage industry expert Jon Toigo delves into data storage practices for achieving a cost-effective and efficient storage operation.

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April 11, 2012

Midmarket Expansion for FlexPod

The virtual computer infrastructure consumption model is quickly changing and procuring virtual computing infrastructures is going to become more of a business decision than most IT organizations are accustomed to.

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April 3, 2012

IBM releases DB2 version 10

IBM's products are faster and work more efficiently, IBM claims. DB2 can cut storage space requirements by up to 90 percent, and InfoSphere can execute queries up to 10 times faster than before, according to IBM.

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April 2, 2012

Dell's acquisition a Wyse one, analysts say

Dell's announced it had finalized an agreement to acquire Wyse to fill a portfolio gap that had been exploited by competitors.

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March 27, 2012

10 Benefits of Server Virtualization

The top ten benefits why you should Virtualize your data center to gain efficiencies and capabilities that aren't possible within a physical-only world. You will save space, use less power and increase flexibility

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March 23, 2012

Virtualization 101

Virtualization 101. You can reduce your IT costs, increase efficiency, flexibility and improve desktop manageability by virtualizating your environment.

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March 21, 2012

U.S. cloud adoption fueled by cost savings and flexibility

The drivers for end user cloud adoption ... are flexibility, agility and the need to do something with potentially limited resources, time scales or skills.

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March 19, 2012

Top 10 enterprise data storage terms from

Whether you are a seasoned IT expert or a relative newcomer, the jargon surrounding data storage technologies can be overwhelming. That is why we have selected ten of the most popular and useful data storage terms.

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March 16, 2012

VMware vBenchmark goes beyond capacity planning

Ever wish you could compare your VMware farm to your peers? Now you can, with VMware free new vBenchmark capacity planning tool.

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March 15, 2012

Building a Cloud on FlexPod: Validated Management Solutions

Choosing the Right Tools to Facilitate and manage the Move to the Cloud

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October 15, 2011

IBM Cloud White Paper

Get more out of cloud with a structured workload analysis

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