After investing $10 million into an acquired facility and some serious upgrades, Indianapolis is now home to Online Tech’s fifth data center (the first outside of Michigan), and the hosting company’s full product line of secure, compliant cloud and colocation services for healthcare, financial services, retail and other companies in regulated industries.

Mike Klein, Co-CEO of Online Tech explained that Indianapolis’ large population of healthcare companies, which includes one of the nation’s most active and innovative health IT clusters, have to take dramatic steps to secure patient data following HIPAA regulations. There’s also so much tech growth in addition to financial and retail businesses that Online Tech sees significant opportunity to better serve new and existing customers with enterprise-class, secure, compliant cloud through the new Indianapolis data center next to Lucas Oil Stadium downtown.

During an open house last week, hundreds toured the new facility and toasted Online Tech’s entrance into Indianapolis. Several long-time partners shared stories of what it’s like to rely on Online Tech, and the positive impact partnering has had on their businesses.


Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard sports his TechPoint orange tie while touring the new Online Tech data center with Co-CEOs Yan Ness (left) and Mike Klein.


Jason Yaeger, Director of Product Management, enjoys his open house duties, proudly sharing details of Online Tech hosting capabilities.


Jason highlights tremendous growth potential to match the rapid growth of Indy’s successful financial, retail, ecommerce and software sectors.


Richard Anderson, IT Service Manager, Kelly Services, partners with Online Tech supporting a 2,000 seat virtual call center with a 100% distributed work force.


David Barton, CRISC, Managing Director, UHY Advisors, flew in special for the open house to share his thoughts on Online Tech’s core values.


Lance Thompson, CEO, Baseline Data Services, tells the crowd why he chose to become Online Tech’s first Indianapolis client to support his company’s disaster recovery services.


TechPoint CEO Mike Langellier (left) congratulates Co-CEOs Yan Ness and Mike Klein on the new data center and welcomes them as a new Pillar Partner of TechPoint.

If you missed the open house, you can still contact Online Tech at any time to setup a visit of the new Indianapolis data center or any of their five Midwest operations.