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APR 2019

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52 Security Business / / April 2019 No. 4 Future Built Presidio is growing quickly thanks to a focus on marrying IT-centric services with traditional physical security technologies By Deborah L. O'Mara Photo: Laura Muysenberg, Presidio Digital infrastructure? Check. Cloud? computing? Check. Managed services? Check. Cybersecurity? Check. Presidio has it down pat. While some systems integration companies are only now venturing into the IT space as physical security and networking disciplines continue to converge, Presidio has been there from the beginning. The publicly traded company (NYSE: PSDO) remains hyper-focused on providing consultative and managed IT solutions – assisting customers in harnessing technologies that help them transform their businesses, realize a lower total cost of ownership and attain a strong return on investment from leveraging the latest integrated networking, IT and physical security services. Checking in at the No. 4 position in this year’s Fast 50, Presidio is headquartered in New York City with an extensive network of national locations. Established in 2003 and 100-percent commercial-business focused, Presidio’s mission centers on excellence in IT managed services, cloud computing, infrastructure as a service and security as a service. The company views its operations as an extension of its clients’ IT teams, providing deep expertise that enables customers to focus on core businesses. Presidio has more than 60 locations and 100 full-time employees in its Physical Security business unit. Other

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