You may wish to consider fixing some of the text; it doesn't sound quite right in places. Improving flow, making sure articles are correct, and using a bit more creativity in the text could go a long way. For example, on the About Us page, you have:
Information is a business' most valuable asset after its people, and if not managed properly, data and network connectivity issues can prevent companies from taking full advantage of technology investments. We make sure that our customers application, data and website is available all the time, and a Service Level Agreement wasn't just the only thing that came to Amir Golestan mind, founder of Micfo.com.
There are a couple of technical errors, such as "Amir Golestan mind" (it should read "Amir Golestan's mind) and a problem with pluralization: application is singular, data is plural, website is singular. Consider "We ensure our customer's applications, data, and websites are available..." There are a few problems in the paragraphs below, such as "access to you your account."
More distracting though is that the text doesn't seem to flow very well. For example, consider the point you're trying to make with the first sentence. Are you saying that "Although information is one of a business' most valuable assets, when such information is improperly managed, it can prevent companies from taking full advantage of their technology investments?" I guess the question I'm asking is how does poorly managed information lead to data and network connectivity issues? If it's not clear to someone who works in the industry, and who has a degree in CS (with some extensive network training too!), it probably isn't going to be clear to most of your propsective customers.
Another potential problem with the text is that it doesn't seem to focus on any really specific themes. It starts off with the importance of managing information properly, moves to a (perhaps dangerous) guarantee of 100% availability ("all of the time"), and then it somehow links a Service Agreement with a poor hosting experience. It's also not really clear what you mean by "[not] increasing complexity and operating costs on the user side." Do you mean that you "wished to provide reliable, high-bandwidth, uncomplicated, affordable hosting?"
My main recommendation would be that you attempt to simplify the text somewhat, making sure it's devoid of awkward sentence constructions, while improving its flow. Try not to make it too challenging for your reader; About Us pages should provide a bit of background on the company, point out your commitment to quality, and avoid overwhelming the reader. Probably the absolute worst thing you could have happen is someone saying "what on earth does this mean?" To be completely honest, I found myself asking that more than once, just on the one page I looked at in detail.
Other than the problems with the text, though, the site looks excellent.
One other quick note -- you should probably avoid using other hosting providers' text as your own. I thought the "Why Micfo.com" page sounded strangely familiar; a quick google search confirmed that at least some of the text is the same as on hostmatix.com, where I host one of my websites. It's also being used by a few other hosting providers' sites. (FYI, I searched for "Whether you need a single Web page or a complex collection of sites with hundreds of pages")
My bad! I have been told that HostMatix is a Micfo company. Of course, had I actually been paying more attention, I would've realized the name Amir Golestan seemed familiar too. That serves to explain why it exists on a couple of sites that I found; text copying-and-pasting by others explains the other cases.