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Businesses flock to StorageCraft Cloud Services

DRAPER, Utah, Feb. 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Stability and reliability are key elements to hosting a successful cloud. StorageCraft® Cloud Services™ possesses both, which is a reason users are adopting the product at a rapid rate. The effectiveness of StorageCraft Cloud Services is based on the technology that powers the award-winning StorageCraft ShadowProtect® software, the most trusted data backup and recovery solution on the market today.

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Since its launch in December 2012, StorageCraft Cloud Services has grown significantly, with nearly 200 percent growth in data stored in recent months. StorageCraft Cloud Services has also maintained a 99.99 percent uptime of cloud operations.

"Managed Service Providers (MSPs), value added resellers (VARS) and their customers are learning that StorageCraft Cloud Services is a best-in-class data and backup recovery tool just like StorageCraft ShadowProtect and StorageCraft ImageManager," said Curt James, vice president of marketing and business development at StorageCraft Technology Corporation. "It cannot be overstated that access to data is vital to the survival of businesses. That is why we give our partners and customers the extra layer of protection provided by offsite recovery options as well as quick and reliable access to their data with StorageCraft Cloud Services."

Available to MSPs and VARs in the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, StorageCraft Cloud Services provides companies with the ability to use offsite backups of servers and workstations for complete system and data disaster recovery. StorageCraft Cloud Services includes anytime, anywhere access to data and instant system failover in the cloud. It gives users options ranging from instant virtualization of their servers to simple archiving, which allows businesses to have aggressive recovery time objectives for their systems and near-continuous data protection, while keeping control over their systems and data in the cloud.

StorageCraft Cloud Services provides the following features for MSPs and VARs and their clients:

  • Instant virtualization and networking of cloud devices.
  • File-and-folder access.
  • Personal control of customer backups for fast recoveries.
  • High encryption and facility security standards.

StorageCraft Cloud Services is available in budget friendly tiered options:

  • Cloud Basic: Archives critical business backup images.
  • Cloud+: Includes everything in Cloud Basic, plus immediate file and folder recovery.
  • Cloud Premium: Includes everything in Cloud+, as well as instant virtualization of data and system failover in the cloud.

In addition, MSPs in the United States may mirror their customers' backups to a second data center for an additional layer of protection. Product information is available at www.storagecraft.com/products/storagecraft-cloud-services.

StorageCraft, founded in December 2003, is a provider of best-in-class backup, disaster recovery, system migration and data protection solutions for servers, desktops and laptops. The StorageCraft Recover-Ability Solution gives small and medium-sized businesses the power to recover anytime, anywhere, from any disaster, large or small. In September, StorageCraft ShadowProtect Desktop 5 received PC Magazine's Editors' Choice Award for Backup Software, and in June, StorageCraft ShadowProtect Granular Recovery for Exchange won Best of TechEd 2013 award in the Messaging and Unified Communication category at the Microsoft TechEd North America 2013 IT Pro Conference.

StorageCraft and ShadowProtect are trademarks of StorageCraft Technology Corporation. Other company and product names may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.

The news release, the latest StorageCraft news and related industry information are available in the Recovery Zone (www.itrecoveryzone.com).

Contact Information:
Brad Thomas
StorageCraft Technology Corporation
801-871-2913
[email protected]

SOURCE StorageCraft Technology Corporation

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