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StorageCraft to launch DR recovery cloud in Australia

16 Dec 15

StorageCraft will launch its next-generation purpose-built disaster recovery cloud in Australia in early 2016, opening doors for increased flexibility in how partners recover systems and data.

Stan Nelson, StorageCraft Indo-Pacific general manager, says the purpose-built cloud designed for disaster recovery, provides partners with a self-service online portal that delivers flexibility in the way systems and data can be recovered.

“A complete end-to-end solution that protects virtual and physical systems across Windows and Linux environments, users will have the ability to replicate and access their data anytime, anywhere and perform regular recovery tests without increased complexity,” Nelson says.

“Not only that, partners will benefit from a predictable monthly billing model with no hidden fees such as unexpected data access fees or additional bandwidth charges,” Nelson adds.

He says partners will also have the ability to select the recovery point model that best fits their requirements and pay only for the recovery points they need.

“The big take away from this new release is that customers do not need to provide any additional hardware, software or expensive hidden costs of operating or managing a remote data centre.

“It is truly a turn-key solution – just add data, and you are operational.”

The new StorageCraft Cloud Services, which will launch in Australia in the first quarter of 2016 with pricing details due in early 2016, is built on the technology from the StorageCraft ShadowProtect suite of software.

It includes an easy-to-use portal and several recovery options ot mitigate system downtime and data loss. StorageCraft says it also includes quick recovery through fully virtualised and networked systems in the cloud.

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