The StoreGrid Cloud backup service automatically protects data on Windows, Linux and Mac environments.
Vembu Technologies, a
provider of cloud-based data protection and content management solutions for
managed service providers (MSPs), managed hosting providers (MHPs) and
value-added resellers (VARs), announced the release of StoreGrid Cloud, a
secure managed backup service with a focus on business continuity and disaster
recovery for physical and virtual environments. The company also announced the
release of SyncBlaze, a content management solution designed for small and midsize
businesses (SMBs) to store, share and sync business content.
The addition of StoreGrid
Cloud expands Vembus data protection offerings by providing a solution for
small businesses or remote offices that are looking for centralized storage for
their backup and disaster recovery requirements. The StoreGrid Cloud backup
service will automatically protect data on Windows, Linux and Mac environments
with full support for point-in-time recovery of business applications,
databases and virtual platforms, including Microsoft Exchange, Sharepoint, SQL
Server, Oracle, MySQL, VMware and HyperV.
With the release of
StoreGrid Cloud, Vembu is reinforcing its commitment to provide its partners
with a range of solutions to support on-premise, cloud and hybrid data
protection architectures, said Sekar Vembu, CEO of Vembu Technologies.
StoreGrid Cloud leverages the power of the cloud to help our partners provide
a cost-effective, managed hybrid backup and disaster recovery service to their
Mark Gilbert, CEO of Marin Helpdesk,
said many of their SMB customers do not want any infrastructure associated with
backup, but they still want all their applications protected with the ability
to recover rapidly in the event of a disaster. StoreGrid Cloud helps us to
provide a cost-effective backup and disaster recovery solution with a flexible
delivery model supporting on-premise, cloud or a hybrid solutions. Gilbert
SyncBlaze offers businesses
a secure workspace for effective team collaboration and is designed to enable
productive knowledge sharing. The solution provides an intuitive user interface
that promotes collaboration and allows real-time access to business documents.
Vembu said the goal is to provide SMB users with a flexible and robust content
management system while enabling administrative control for partners.
The release of SyncBlaze
represents a new cloud-based content management solution that is designed for
the needs of SMBs and offered specifically through the channel, he said.
Vembu is reinforcing its commitment to provide its partners with a range of
solutions to support the strategic areas of sharing, managing and protecting
business content by leveraging the cloud, added Vembu.
SyncBlaze provides a
searchable cloud-based repository for all user content, including desktop
documents, Google Apps documents, emails, notes, bookmarks, and social and
embedded media. Content on SyncBlaze can be shared and universally accessed
through a variety of devices, including PCs, tablets and smartphones.
Our customers are looking
for cost-effective solutions to manage their critical information while sharing
and collaborating through the cloud. They need a robust service that glues
together an intuitive interface with rich functionality and universal access on
their device of choice, said Ravi Bandara, president of Axium Host. Cloud
content management in the SMB market is exploding due to the increased
productivity and collaboration that it enables; SyncBlaze helps our customers
to improve their operational efficiency and regulate information overload.
Nathan Eddy is Associate Editor, Midmarket, at eWEEK.com. Before joining eWEEK.com, Nate was a writer with ChannelWeb and he served as an editor at FierceMarkets. He is a graduate of the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.