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Layered Technologies Launches New Cloud Storage Solution Powered By the Mezeo Cloud Storage Platform

LT Depot provides scalable, reliable and secure storage with convenient mobile device access

PLANO, Texas and HOUSTON – March 25, 2010 – Layered Technologies, Inc. (Layered Tech), a leading worldwide provider of on-demand and cloud computing IT infrastructure, today launched its new cloud storage solution called LT Depot, which is powered by the Mezeo Cloud Storage Platform.  LT Depot gives customers the ability to create and select scalable, reliable and secure storage for their application and storage needs without incurring significant capital expense.

 

LT Depot provides customers the extended advantages of sharing and collaboration regardless of their physical location.  Users can create, manage and securely share files via the Web with their desktop and laptop computers, and with Layered Tech’s unique LT Depot application, users can connect to virtually unlimited cloud storage via a range of mobile devices.  LT Depot also encrypts data in transit and in storage, so customers can meet their compliance/retention requirements.

 

“Layered Tech has been at the forefront of cloud storage for years, and we have evolved our cloud storage approach to align with changes in technology and customer needs so that we can continue delivering high availability, affordable business services,” said Terrance Bush, COO and CIO of Layered Tech.  “LT Depot is our latest strategic advancement and our most complete and flexible cloud storage solution to date.  By leveraging the Mezeo Cloud Storage Platform, we can give our customers a massively scalable, highly secure and reliable cloud storage technology that supports file sharing, collaboration and other needs.”

 

LT Depot includes advanced features such as secure file sharing with the LT Depot File Manager.  Using the intuitive, rich Web 2.0 interface, customers can upload files of any type and size and instantly share them, as well as create or recreate a hierarchical file structure with folders and documents just like on a computer.  LT Depot also provides tagging tools to group, organize and locate any file type anywhere in the cloud, and its online recycle container allows for the recovery of accidentally deleted files. 

 

“Layered Tech has long been a leader in the cloud computing space, and recognizes that their customers are looking for an affordable, reliable solution with advanced services that further increases the value of cloud storage,” said Steve Lesem, President and CEO of Mezeo Software.  “The Mezeo-based LT Depot offering is ideal for both Layered Tech’s direct customers and for their partners, who can quickly deploy a scalable, reliable branded service offering of their own.”

 

About Layered Technologies

Layered Technologies is a leading global provider of managed dedicated hosting, on-demand virtualization/cloud computing and Web services.  By providing high-quality technology, infrastructure and support, Layered Tech enables customers to eliminate capital expenses and save on operating costs while focusing on core business issues.  Layered Tech’s scalable infrastructure powers millions of sites and Internet-enabled applications including e-commerce and software as a service (SaaS).  Our clients range from leading-edge Web 2.0 startups, successful mid-sized enterprises and some of the world’s largest consultancy and integration firms.  For more information about Layered Technologies, please visit www.LayeredTech.com or call 1-866-584-6784.

 

About Mezeo Software

Headquartered in Houston, Texas, Mezeo is the industry’s leading provider of a deployable platform for cloud storage.  Service-enabled, the Mezeo platform is easy to deploy, multi-tenant, highly scalable and secure, with Web Services APIs for platform extensibility.  With Mezeo, IT Service Providers to rapidly monetize Storage as a Service with a branded offering, and large enterprises can implement a quickly-provisioned private cloud.

 

Mezeo offers advanced services; including end-to-end encryption, advanced file sharing and collaboration, content tagging and true anywhere access from an integrated Windows desktop, rich Web 2.0 browsers and iPhone and BlackBerry® native client access.  Mezeo was named in CRN’s list of the 100 Coolest Cloud Computing Products and Top 25 Coolest Emerging Vendors of 2009.  For more information, visit www.mezeo.com, www.cloudstoragestrategy.com or www.twitter.com/mezeo.

 

 

More Stories By Christina Baldwin

Christina Baldwin brings to Jetstream PR diverse communications experience with a special emphasis on high-tech, B2B, healthcare and hospitality communications. In her more than seven years of experience, Christina has managed a variety of public relations campaigns for clients including InnerWireless, MEDHOST, Harris Corporation, GlaxoSmithKline, John Q. Hammons Hotels, Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children, and ALTANA Pharma. Christina leads clients’ media and analyst relations programs and also directs tradeshow initiatives. She manages awareness-building activities for a number of clients, including InnerWireless, MEDHOST and Layered Technologies, all of which are now viewed as prominent players in their markets. Prior to joining Jetstream in 2004, Christina gained experience at Publicis Dialog in Dallas where she was a key member of the healthcare and travel/hospitality teams. Christina’s client service experience in a variety of disciplines has provided her the opportunity to acquire in-depth knowledge of several industries. She has successfully built lasting relationships with key print and broadcast media, securing placements in The Wall Street Journal, the Dallas Business Journal, USA Today, The Los Angeles Times, The Chicago Times, the Associated Press, CNBC, CNN, and in most of the healthcare, travel/hospitality trades.

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